The Question of CEO Succession

The Question of CEO Succession

Rather, it must be an ongoing process of development and discernment that is constant and systematic, driven by the company’s strategy and core values, and involving the intentional engagement of all of the board members. Harvard Board Challenges Blog

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Lund Uni Breakfast on Potentially Starting Research on Governance in Entrepreneurial Companies

Lund Uni Breakfast on Potentially Starting Research on Governance in Entrepreneurial Companies

Attending a breakfast where The University of Lund is outlining a plan on researching ownership and governance in entrepreneurial companies. A rather blank research area and I welcome the initiative. An area within which we need to expand our knowledge. The Sten K Johnson Centre for Entrepreneurship is looking for external funding in relation to the above for a three year term of 5MSEK p.a. I look forward to taking part of the results.

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”Graduation” BoardPower (Styrelsekraft) 2013-2014

”Graduation” BoardPower (Styrelsekraft) 2013-2014

Finalising yet another tantalizing BoardPower year, with a highly competent group of women from all areas of business and organisational life. A joy.

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Member of the Board North Chemical AB (publ)

Member of the Board North Chemical AB (publ)

Elected Board Member of North Chemical, traded on NASDAQ OMX First North. North Chemical offers the Nordic’s largest selection of cleaning- and maintenance products targeted to both professional and private users. The environmentally certified products are produced in manufacturing plants and laboratories located in Rörvik and Alingsås in Sweden. The company has around 60 employees and an annual turnover of approximately 140 million SEK. Watch the movie about North Chemical...

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Munger: Trust-Based Governance

Munger: Trust-Based Governance

Charlie Munger, well-known partner of Warren Buffet, contends that it is unreasonable that governance systems based on incentives and controls, including an independent BoD to monitor management, to expect such a system to work equally well in all settings. ”The right culture, the highest and best culture, is a seamless web of deserved trust.”   ”Good character is very efficient. If you can trust people, your system can be way simpler. There’s enormous efficiency in good character and dis-efficiency in bad character.”   ”By the standards of the rest of the world, we overtrust. So far it has worked very well for us. Some would see it as weakness.” Stanford Closer Look: Corporate Governance According to Charles T. Munger NY Times: Berkshire’s Radical Strategy:...

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