The Role of the Chair: Orchestrating the Board Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Anyone who keeps up with today's news knows that the examples of management failures abound, and that Enron was just the tip of the iceberg. The fact is, as Chairman of the Board today has changed considerably in recent decades, and so too should those who hold office. The author, a long-time director and management expert, advises Chairs pay attention to four "Ts": mobilizing talent, confidence, manage stress and time investment. It provides a number of tools to achieve each and comes to the conclusion that it is time for our "organizational conductors take control of oral virtuoso players and bring them orchestras more harmonious results." Hide
by David Beatty Source: Rotman School of Management 5 pages. Publication Date: April 1, 2012. Prod. #: ROT169-PDF-ENG

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