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• Facilitated a half-day workshop on
"Making Your Board More Strategic" for
the boards and executive teams of three
major electric utilities based in South
• Designed a three-phase strategy
process for a new CEO of a privately
held transmission company to engage
the board in strategy in a meaningful
way that drew out their deep industry
experience on key strategic issues and
achieved alignment on tough strategic
decisions facing the company.
Strategy: The #1 Issue for Boards
PriceWaterhouse Coopers found that Strategy is the #1 issue that most board
members want to devote more time to. But we don't think TIME is the issue.
It's the way that the board engages in strategy that could be improved - to
better leverage the board's expertise and experience.
The real question is this: Are you using your board as an audience or a
thought-partner? Most board meetings - even strategy offsites - are 75%
management presentations and 25% discussion. Boards want to shift that ratio
- to become more engaged. If you want to make a shift and get more real value
from your board on strategy, we can help.
Using Your Board as a
Thought Partner on Strategic Issues
"Most board strategy retreats are a
dog and pony show of
management presentations to the
- Fortune 500 Board Member
presents their strategy and the
board "kicks the tires" by
asking questions. But that
seldom leverages the board's
experience and knowledge.
This is a real waste of a
valuable corporate resource"
-Fortune 500 CEO
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