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Ward reveals ten specific failings that are built into our boardroom model and provides real-world fixes to get boards back on track. Ward mixes tart, insightful analogies (what do boards have in common with volunteer fire departments, the U.S. electoral college . . . and Howard Hughes?) with proven nuts-and-bolts advice for putting any board back on track.
More About the Author
Ralph Ward Jackson (7 June 1806 – 6 August 1880, London) founded West Hartlepool, England in the 19th century.
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