Making Board Minutes Count


Historically, little attention has been given by corporate directors to board and committee meeting minutes. Indeed, the process of drafting and approving minutes was once a rather perfunctory matter. Typically, company personnel would be tasked to take notes at board meetings and then to draft minutes reflecting, in an abbreviated format, what transpired. Eventually, often several months later, the board would largely “rubber-stamp” the final draft with minor revisions, if any.

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