Monthly Archives: December 2013

More Perspectives on Technology in the Boardroom

Since my last posting, some have spoken to me suggesting that perhaps my comments didn’t acknowledge the value of new technology in the boardroom or the fact that younger folks engage and use technology differently than “my” generation. All I … Continue reading

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Managing technology and attention in the boardroom

It’s one thing to begin using electronic dockets, but the challenge doesn’t end there. I have spoken with many CEOs and board chairs who are frustrated with how board members are texting, checking e-mail, doing web searches, and messing with … Continue reading

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Technology and the Boardroom

I want to blog or blather a little with you about the challenge of introducing technology more fully into the boardroom. Let me say that I have not yet seen it working perfectly. Most boards are experimenting. We are experimenting … Continue reading

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