Liz Field: Address board-level issues to ensure a positive future

November 2013
Money Marketing (Online Edition);11/21/2013, p73
The article discusses the significance for companies to address their issues at the board level to ensure their positive performance in the future. It suggests companies to set good examples and hire women employees for senior positions for its decision making and to attract best employees. The importance of continuous examination of the drivers of organizational change is also noted.


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