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The Role of the Board of Directors in the Strategy Process
Karl Christensen, Strategy Consultant, Mexico, Member
If strategy is to guide the organization, then it certainly must be guided by what by law, if not actual fact, is the organization´s key governing body, the Board of Directors (BOD). 1. To what extent should the BOD participate in setting strategy? 2. How can this participation process be best arranged, keeping the BOD discussions, review and decision making concise and strategically focused? (...) Read more? Sign up for free
 

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Board of Directors Role in Strategy
Alan Kennedy
Boards in North America have the legal responsibility to approve and monitor the implementation of the strategic plan. In North America, Boards are usually part of the consultation process for strategy development, but they are not typically involved in the development of strategy.
 

 
Alignment and Implementation
Monica Martinez, Strategy Consultant, Chile, Member
Not only the BOD should participate in setting the strategy, but also make sure that they align the business units with the strategy and also with the desire culture. It is key that the strategy consider all relevant aspects: culture, values, mission, etc.
 

 
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Jaap de Jonge, Management Consultant, Netherlands
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