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10 days ago   |   By Tech Crunch

“You had one job” might be funny when a birthday cake decoration goes wrong, but if we're talking about executives who don't show up for board meetings, the stakes are much higher.
“Disengaged or dysfunctional boards aren't just bad for CEOs and LPs; they're bad for everyone,” writes Matt Blumberg , co-founder and CEO of Bolster, a realization that spurred him to revise meeting formats to include follow-up surveys and additional outreach.
“That is a lot of moving pieces to manage, but I find that doing so keeps the meeting fresh and well-paced.”
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