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Building an effective private company board: Not all are the same

Published on: Apr 23, 2019

At the heart of good corporate governance is a board of directors that can effectively advise and oversee the organization. Different companies have diverse needs, though, so what are key factors to consider in establishing or changing your private company's board? We'll discuss:

  • Similarities and differences between how family-owned, emerging growth, and investment-backed companies typically structure their boards. 
  • The importance of board diversity and independence and how they can translate into value for the company.
  • Different approaches to the process of finding board candidates, including networking and search firms.

Participants will explore from several different perspectives how to build an effective private company board.

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