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boardroom

a. a room where the board of directors of a company meets
b. (as modifier): a boardroom power struggle
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The Enterprise Mobility Forum brings together the most forward-thinking vendors and mobility leaders in a format designed to foster insights and inspire collaboration," said Charles Badoian, President of Boardroom Events.
Digital transformation, re-imagining the boardroom, and simplifying business processes are the major themes that SAP is focusing on at Gitex.
The Ethical Boardroom Corporate Governance 2015 Awards recognise and reward outstanding companies that have exhibited exceptional leadership in the area of governance to ensure protection and long-term value for all their stakeholders.
Technology gaps can exist in the boardroom when some, but not all, directors who serve on a common board are willing to change their personal practices and adopt new technology.
Roberts said: "Traditionally footballers have been encouraged into other areas of the game, and not the boardrooms.
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Though some countries have made the inclusion of women mandatory through legislative means like Norway, Spain and recently, France, which is in the process of phasing a law for securing a percentage for woman in boardrooms, most others, including the US are the UK do not have government involvement in this regard.
The living-case study aims to replicate the strategic challenges that face leaders in the demanding arena of the boardroom to enhance the business skills of each MBA student.
Capabilities include: multimedia classroom solutions, video production facilities, surveillance systems, distributed video, digital signage, food services technology, boardroom systems, document management, project management, and installation.
The turquoise waters surrounding The Bahamas offer an escape from the confines of a boardroom.
There are some core basics that are becoming much more standard in boardrooms," she says, and she lists five: 1) true independence; 2) appropriate board size (not too big or too small, so that you don't have enough dialogue or enough people to populate committees); 3) executive sessions; 4) diversity (to include not just gender and ethnic diversity, but also a financial expert, as well as people with diverse experiences); and 5) robust committee structure.
FROM THE wood panelled walls to the heavy,long polished table and stout chairs grand enough for generations of Birkenhead Mayors to park their backsides on, it is a classic example of what a traditional football club boardroom should look like.