2015/16 Harvey Nash Board Practice: The changing shape of Non-Executives

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2015/16 Harvey Nash Board Practice: The changing shape of Non-Executives

We’re now in the second year of our Board Research project to investigate how the role of Non-Executives is changing, driven by greater emphasis on governance, risk, shareholder value, public opinion, market dynamics and so on.

If you are a Non-Executive or Chair and have not done so already, we invite you to participate in our research and we will share the insights and findings with you – https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/NonExec2015

Last year our findings included:

We will publish the findings in an exclusive Harvey Nash Board Practice report which will provide a unique, contemporary snapshot of life on Boards and how it has changed.

We look forward to your contribution.

 

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Event Details

When: April 21, 2015

Where: