Directors Awake

Corporate boards are facing hard facts about the roles they played in the eco- nomic downturn - or the responsibili- ties they failed to take in preventing it. Is this just navel-gazing, or will it truly change goverance for the better?

Monday, February 01, 2010 , By Ted Knutson

If the recent financial crisis reflected failures in corporate governance and if governance starts at the top, than there could hardly be a better barometer of change and reform than the National Association of Corporate Directors.

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