Board Talent Getting Scarcer

As pressures mount on CEOs they're serving on fewer outside boards, making seasoned directors harder to come by

Institutional investors and activists have got their wish for more independent and powerful boards, but not without unintended consequences. In a time when more is demanded of corporate boards, new directors often have less experience than their predecessors had when they joined a board—a potential problem for board effectiveness.

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