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Boards of Indian companies less effective than global peers: Russell Reynolds

 


The Economic Times | December 2, 2016


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The Economic Times article, “Boards of Indian companies less effective than global peers," looked at the firm’s research on "Global Board Culture Survey Understanding the Behaviors that Drive Board Effectiveness." The article is excerpted below.

Corporate governance and the role of company boards is a hot topic globally, and it has been part of the debate in India since Tata Sons removed Cyrus Mistry as its chairman last month. Global executive search consultant Russell Reynolds conducted a board behaviour survey to identify what makes an effective board culture. As many as 369 directors from different nations, including India, participated in the survey.

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Boards of Indian companies less effective than global peers: Russell Reynolds