Learn Governance Best Practices for Public-Facing Boards, and See How BoardDocs Can Help Your Board
Public-facing boards face constant scrutiny. While private-sector counterparts might gain visibility only when they release quarterly reports, boards in the public eye open their meetings to critics, journalists, and watchdogs who eagerly hold them accountable. Sound governance practices make this incessant visibility an opportunity to win public trust. Seven best practices tell constituents: "We take care of business, we have nothing to hide, and we welcome public participation."
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