When a Crisis Strikes, a Board Must Be Up to the Job
By James D. Decker, Founder, JDecker & Company Inc.
When a company is in a crisis, it needs to make sure it has a board that can meet the task. Some crises develop over time due to shifting markets, deteriorating profitability, or lack of access to capital. As is happening today, the other form of crisis can be characterized as a “Grey Rhino”...
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