Building a Sustainable Enterprise: The Role of Management and the Board

Inside America's Boardrooms

With a long track record in corporate boardrooms and C-suites, Harvard professor Bill George now reflects on leadership challenges in the modern era. In his new book, "True North: Emerging Leader Edition," George examines concepts of "authentic leadership" amid today's business landscape and all its complexities.

In this episode, George, who is the Former CEO of Medtronics and previously served as a board member with Target, Goldman Sachs, ExxonMobil, Novartis & Mayo Clinic, extends these leadership lessons to the board and C-suite.

  • How has the relationship between the board and management changed over the years — and how will it continue to change in the future?
  • What advice does George have for board members and executives on building a sustainable enterprise?

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