Harvard Business Review Press
07 July 2020
NA - NA years
20.83 x 13.72 x 2.29 CM
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Keep shareholders happy and manage for the long term.
Earning a board seat is a rite of passage. But directors must juggle many responsibilities, from steering company strategy, managing risk, and appointing leaders to setting the right incentives, meeting shareholder expectations, and dealing with activist investors. How do you balance it all?
If you read nothing else on boards, read these 10 articles by experts in the field. We've combed through hundreds of articles in the Harvard Business Review archive and selected the most important ones to help you set your board up for success.
This book will inspire you to:
This collection of articles includes What Makes Great Boards Great, by Jeﬀrey A. Sonnenfeld; Building Better Boards, by David A. Nadler; The Error at the Heart of Corporate Leadership, by Joseph L. Bower and Lynn S. Paine; The New Work of the Nonprofit Board, by Barbara E. Taylor, Richard P. Chait, and Thomas P. Holland; Dysfunction in the Boardroom, by Boris Groysberg and Deborah Bell; The Board's New Innovation Imperative, by Linda A. Hill and George Davis; Managing Risks: A New Framework, by Robert S. Kaplan and Anette Mikes; Ending the CEO Succession Crisis, by Ram Charan; Comp Targets That Work, by Radhakrishnan Gopalan, John Horn, and Todd Milbourn; and Sustainability in the Boardroom, by Lynn S. Paine.
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