Improving knowledge-based governance
from By Robert C. Harris
Being asked to serve on a board is exciting. It is an opportunity to learn and demonstrate leadership skills, advance a cause and join a team. But the excitement wears off as the responsibilities of governance take over. A knowledge-driven board improves outcomes. Good board members base their deliberations on fact. Decisions guided by groupthink are to the contrary. That’s when the enthusiasm of the discussion drives voting.
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