Treading the Fine Line Between Oversight and Micromanagement

Hargrove, Chris
July 2005
Community Banker;Jul2005, Vol. 14 Issue 7, p22
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Outlines the types and responsibilities of the board of directors and members in a financial institution. Description on the types of boards and board members based on the degree of involvement in governance and management; Review of the primary duties of the board of directors; Other important business issues that the board should address.


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