A rethinking of business governance is taking place, as Tahl Raz points out in the March 2003 story, "Boardroom Makeover." Pre-Enron, business owners might have recruited board members to offer fresh perspective and vision for the company. Today, business owners demand perspective and more from their members, including higher accountability and more involvement in keeping the company on track.
The increased demand on board members' time has made finding and managing them effectively a bit trickier. To help you evaluate and find skilled board members and to discover ways to maximize a board's impact, Inc.com has assembled its best resources on the topic. Use them to build and run a board that you can count on.