Technology has generally opened up more avenues of communication and information for consumers. While it has greatly improved access to information for shareholders, technology has also served to deprive them in certain ways. This is especially true of virtual shareholder meetings that are becoming more and more popular.
Finally – your value proposition to a board of directors has been recognized and the board recruitment process is complete. And now you've been appointed for the first time to a corporate board. Congratulations are definitely in order. But where do you go from here?
Recruiting the perfect addition to your board of directors is both iportant and challenging. A board of directors can reduce the risk in picking the wrong candidate by asking the right questions. George Bradt at Forbes says there are only three true interview questions: