Board Evaluation: A Shareholders Guide
Supervisory and Executive Boards must act in the interests of their shareholders. Not exclusively, but sustainably. How can the owners of a company go about evaluating their highest representatives and their achievements? On what criteria should Boards expect to be evaluated, and self-evaluate? Financial results aside, this article focusses on the evaluation criteria we can find within two dimensions – material and human. Viewed systemically, these dimensions are closely interconnected. And they mutually affect each other.
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