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The board room evaluation is a key element of the overall assessment process. It allows the board to be aware of its strengths and weaknesses, and makes sure that it is in the right direction to achieve its goals and objectives. A regular review of the board is essential for every organisation to ensure that they aren’t taking risks or opportunities for risk. It is also a great method to improve the effectiveness and performance of the board. A board review can be conducted in several ways. It can be an internal evaluation that is conducted regularly with a board survey, such as the affordable world-class benchmarked surveys offered by Board Surveys, or it could be a completely independent external evaluation.

It could also be an opportunity for the board to discuss and develop action plans for improvement. It is essential to have a facilitator who will guide the discussion without any bias. It’s usually helpful to have someone who understands the challenges faced by high-performing boards.

Another issue that could arise during the boardroom review is identifying and addressing culture and working practice issues within the top level management. It can be difficult to implement changes in this context. For instance, the traditional stereotype of the forbidding and remote director is fading away in the modern business world.