A Bored Board?
For publically traded companies, the board of directors plays an important role in establishing the tone and vision for all major business initiatives. Stone examines the traditional composition of the board of directors for corporations and highlights the skill gaps that hinder the board’s efforts to positively impact digital technologies. Stone explains why the board composition must change to incorporate new technical competencies to enable better support and sponsorship for digital transformation. He provides insights into alternatives for establishing the level of technical competence needed by boards to play a critical role in enterprise digital initiatives.
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