Chairs' Practices Across Europe
1. Auflage 2019,
250 Seiten, Gebunden, Book, Format (B × H): 152 mm x 213 mm, Gewicht: 476 g
Verlag: Springer, Berlin
Shekshnia / Zagieva Leading a Board
The book focuses on what board leaders actually do, rather than what they should do, and elaborates on a conceptual contingency framework for understanding chairs’ work in Europe. This includes a comprehensive list of chair practices – iterative behaviour strategies for getting things done, comparisons of contexts for chairs’ work and practices among nine countries, and identification of cross-European and country-specific trends that will shape the work of board leaders in the next decade.
The book will benefit incumbent and future chairs, directors, shareholders, CEOs, executives and regulators in developing a systemic understanding of the work of a chair in the European business context and gaining insights into how the leader of the board deals with specific challenges.
Weitere Infos & Material
1. Work of a Chair in Europe: Context, Content and Evolution.2. The United Kingdom: Indirect Leadership.3. The Netherlands: High Engagement in Building Institutions.4. Switzerland: Company Champion.5. Denmark: Master of the Boardroom.6. Italy: Alignment for Effectiveness.7. Germany: Navigating Complexity.8. Turkey: Elder Brother.9. Russia: Powerful Moderation.10.Top Five Chair Practices in Europe.11.The Future of the Chair's Work in Europe.