How to plan for growth
It’s easy to inadvertently use vague terms in Board papers, resulting in inadvertent misunderstandings. Precision should be used, instead.
Many types of Boards fail. But all successful, productive Boards have the same things in common.
Short Board papers are better than long ones, but both have the power to mislead.
Many organisations do not allow the use of PowerPoint in Board documents. But if you follow these 4 golden rules, you can make PowerPoint an effective Board document tool.
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