How Boards Role Evolve Times Crisis

Inside America’s Boardrooms

Amid COVID-19, organizations are facing a record number of unprecedented situations—from massive operational pivots to reopening offices to pandemic-related health challenges. In times of crisis, the board’s role often must evolve to support management. But, what governance model is best suited for a pandemic?

In this episode, Shellye Archambeau, board member with Verizon Communications, Okta Inc., Roper Technologies, and Nordstrom, explains how boards may need to evolve and adapt in times of uncertainty:
Unapologetically Ambitious

  • What can boards do to support management right now? In what way might board governance need to flex?
  • How can boards effectively oversee the process of reopening offices?

Archambeau also shares insights from her new book, Unapologetically Ambitious: Take Risks, Break Barriers, and Create Success on Your Own Terms.

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