Stanford Law School
Entrepreneurs and venture capital investors focus most of their attention on product development, scale and revenue generation, and less on the challenges associated with sitting on a company board. But ignoring board mechanics can be a mistake.
This session will address a range of important mechanical details that often fail to receive appropriate attention, including best practices for running a board meeting and setting an agenda, the best form for taking minutes, whether and how directors should take and retain notes, the operation of committees and working groups, and procedures for managing observer rights.
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