When Your Company Outgrows Its Board

The needs of an expanded organization differ from those of a startup. New CEOs often bristle at boards that micromanage rather than govern

An increasingly common complaint from CEOs and other top executives is that their board no longer fits their company's needs. Either the composition of the board or the level of engagement hasn't kept pace with the company's growth. Typically, this occurs in one or both of these types of situations:

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