Finally, a book that explains how to get truly good governance. Ram Charan, a corporate governance expert and best-selling author, has packed this book with practical tools and approaches to help boards and their organizations operate better. Charan pinpoints a rising issue for boards: the misalignment between directors' efforts and their outcomes. The extra time and attention that boards devote to governance does not result in better governance, that is, governance that adds value to the company.
Boards That Deliver goes beyond corporate governance reform rhetoric. It encapsulates the tried-and-true methods employed by high-performing boards. In contrast to experts who prescribe solutions based on number-crunching exercises, Charan highlights the fundamental issues that waste directors' time and stifle their best judgements, and demonstrates how boards should address them in a simple and concise manner. e challenge for board members is to make their boards more competitive.
These tried-and-true techniques assist boards in doing what laws and regulations alone cannot. to ensure proper succession, fine-tune a winning strategy, and create a fair CEO compensation package.
Leadership is required for good governance. Boards That Deliver is a no-nonsense guide for aspiring directors and CEOs.
Ram Charan is a business consultant, lecturer, and writer from India who lives in Dallas, Texas.
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