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Breakthrough Board Performance: How to Harness Your Board’s Intellectual Capital

Опубликовано на портале: 19-04-2007
Corporate Governance. 2004.  Vol. 4. No. 1. P. 5 - 23. 
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We contend that practitioners need to take care not to act on the recommendations from a single theory in isolation from the others. To address this concern, we provide a model of board effectiveness that uses the construct of board intellectual capital to integrate the predominant theories of corporate governance and illustrate how the board can drive corporate perfoemance. We futher contend that boards that wish to improve their perfomance need to review their untellectual capital. We conclude by linking the model to a practitioner-focused framework that identifies four key areas on which a board must concentrate to develop its intellectual capital.

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