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Board performance and practices

Activate your board’s potential

Create better outcomes

Elevate effectiveness by fine-tuning your board’s composition, fostering strong culture and practices, and committing to your own personal upskilling. With our governance perspectives that cut across industries—and the globe—you’ll have the tools you need to be more strategic, informed, and effective in your oversight role.

How can you elevate board performance?

Be strategic about board composition

Foster strong board culture and practices

Lead through upskilling

Having the right individuals in the boardroom is critical. Corporate directors need to have the skills, experience, and fresh perspectives that align with the company’s long-term strategy. A strategic approach will ensure the board is an asset to the company.

No board’s culture is perfect. Each director brings habits, preferences, and individual biases to the table—any of which can interfere with board effectiveness. Ensure your culture is an asset—not a liability.

Technology touches every aspect of business. But corporate directors may not have all the digital skills and knowledge they need to help guide their companies in this rapidly changing environment. A focus on upskilling can help directors close this gap and lead what’s next.

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Maria Castañón Moats

Governance Insights Center Leader, New York, PwC US

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Paul DeNicola

Principal, Governance Insights Center, New York, PwC US

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Tracey-Lee Brown

Director, Governance Insights Center, New York, PwC US

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Leah Malone

Director, Governance Insights Center, New York, PwC US

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