CEOs today find themselves subject to unprecedented scrutiny and concern. That’s not cause for lament, however. Regular, rigorous evaluation by the board of directors is a healthy part of corporate life. But the evaluation must have teeth, with meaningful performance dimensions and metrics as well as a feedback process that uses the board’s time efficiently.
Content: Article | Authors: David A. Nadler, J. Carlos Rivero | Source: Mercer Management Journal | Subject: Corporate Governance