Monday, December 18, 2017

Discussions of corporate governance often end up at the same place – the boardroom. Increasingly, the debate centers on leadership structure and how power is appropriately balanced. And, in some cases, the issue comes down to who is sitting in the chief executive officer’s office, versus at the head of the table of the board of directors. Many are questioning whether the CEO should also serve as the chairman of the board, or should the two positions be separate.

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