When a board faces issues that require specialized expertise, or when it isn’t practical to explore a question with the full board, directors may charter a committee for that purpose. By leveraging the skills of board members and external experts, boards can decentralize, specialize and divide work into manageable sections to achieve targeted results.
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In this episode, Laura Lee shares her board experience during a time of company turmoil. What are her biggest lessons learned?
Compensation committees can always run into issues, but with the right knowledge and best practices, your committee can be better prepared.
Susan Fleming shares her experience serving on various finance committees—and explains how the committee's charge often differs from one board to the next.
Debra Sandler explains the purpose of her board's “Nominating & Public Responsibility Committee” and shares her predictions for board committee trends to come.