Using Corporate Governance for Accountability and Inclusion

Modified on Mon, 14 Feb, 2022 at 1:11 PM

Good corporate governance, particularly in the form of a Board of Directors, is an essential component of running a financially viable and successful business and maintaining the ethical integrity, social and environmental impact, and inclusion of an organization. This guide will provide an introduction to corporate governance; help you determine when a formal Board of Directors is appropriate for your company; and outline different strategies to recruit board members, particularly focusing on how (and why) to prioritize diversity among your board members

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