This guide provides best practices for virtual board meetings, including facilitating meetings, protocols for remote meetings & technology considerations.
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A symbiotic relationship between education and the corporate world has always existed—an educated workforce drives a thriving economy; conversely, a healthy economy provides a strong tax base that funds school systems. The COVID-19 crisis has brought the two segments together in what amounts to a collision course and along the way has exposed some cracks in an already stressed system.
One "business" that’s thriving during the pandemic is cyber crime. Bob Zukis, CEO and founder of the Digital Directors Network explores how prepared boards are to handle the increased cyber risk, and how adding more "digital directors" can help.
The path to a more secure future of work is part of a much larger transformation & one that requires organizations to remain nimble and forward-looking
Unique to the COVID-19 crisis is the sudden transition to "work from home.” For boards, virtual meetings have gone from an infrequent option to an absolute necessity. In Part 4 of our series, the panelists explored some of the nuances of virtual board meetings, the pros and the cons, and how to get the most out of them.
In the effort to prepare for the future of work, the need to support a remote digital workforce has been a key initiative for most companies in recent years.