In the last two weeks I have visited six countries spread across three timezones; slept in seven different beds; experienced snow, sunshine and rain; attended an intensive training course at Cambridge, one of the world's top universities; delivered six formal presentations; and, participated in more than 50 significant discussions about organisational purpose, corporate governance, strategy and board effectiveness. It's been invigorating! Along the way, I've been fortunate to gain many insights, a few of which are summarised in the points below:
These are but five significant insights to emerge. If you'd like to know more, please get in touch.
This is the first of two postings, covering the first week of my nomadic journey. Here's the second instalment.
Very insightful, especially on the boardroom shift toward longer-term goals. BTW, when you find yourself overbooked, be sure to drop my name!
Thanks Ralph. Great to hear from you! Very happy to make a referral on those occasions my schedule gets too crowded. Best, –prc.
Henry D Wolfe
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Thoughts on corporate governance, strategy and boardcraft; our place in the world; and other topics that catch my attention.