In excerpts from his new book, Boardroom Excellence: A Common-Sense Perspective on Corporate Governance, author Paul Brountas answers our questions on how to run clear and concise board meetings. Who should develop the agenda for a board meeting? If there is a nonexecutive chairman of the board, or if the board has appointed a lead director or presiding director, that person should seek recommendations from other board members and work with the CEO to develop the meeting agenda. If the ...

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