Unlocking the Secrets to Better Board Governance with the Mgo System
Enso Books, Jul 1, 2011 - Business & Economics - 164 pages
MISSION - GOVERNANCE - OPERATIONS - The MGO System is a treasure chest of knowledge that accelerates the learning cycle for anyone seeking to understand what it takes for a board of directors to govern most effectively for the owners they represent. Through a practical, no nonsense approach, the authors reveal the best-practices that are all too often overlooked by governing boards. Whether you are a CEO, new board member or a stakeholder seeking to learn what you can do to make your board more effective, this book is for you. Easy to understand and follow, the MGO system provides a framework that bridges the gap between the rhetoric and the reality of effective board governance. The MGO System is the medicine that deals with the disease of poor board governance, not Its symptoms.
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