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Synonyms for boardroom

a room where a committee meets (such as the board of directors of a company)

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22, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Boardroom Events announced today the winners of the Enterprise Mobility Innovation Awards, presented at Enterprise Mobility Forum, held this week in Austin.
To compete and grow in the digital economy, executives in the boardrooms of the Middle East need real-time, contextualised data to make decisions for today, setting the stage for transformation and future growth," said Jonathan Becher, chief digital officer and head of SAP Digital.
In recognition of this, Ethical Boardroom Magazine - the journal for global governance issues - has named the companies leading the way in the Middle East in its prestigious annual Corporate Governance Awards.
Undoubtedly, companies and boardrooms will be part of this trend as they refresh traditional practices with tablets and board portals.
So it is particularly welcome that a new initiative aimed at making boardrooms more diverse will be celebrated at Wembley today.
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But at a time when inclusion of women in boardrooms is a hotly debated topic all over the world Ackerman's statements can't be ignored either.
The Boardroom Activity is part of the Business School's MBA programme and is designed to give students experience of life in the boardroom which allows them to put theory into practice with a real business.
Extron products are used for integrating audio/video into presentation systems for today's high-tech boardrooms, training centers, classrooms, university lecture halls, and other communication environments.
Whether seeking a mega-resort such as Atlantis, Paradise Island with its more than 200,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor meeting, convention and banquet space or the more intimate British Colonial Hilton Nassau with ocean and garden view boardrooms, The Bahamas has a superior inventory of business facilities that can meet the needs of any sized group.
Had there been more active dialogue in boardrooms over the last few years, there might well have been fewer significant corporate losses," argues Allen.
It is one of the smallest in the league and one of the last of the old-fashioned boardrooms.
And still women are conspicuous by their absence from the boardrooms of the world.
Invariably outfitted in sneakers and work shirt, notoriously loathe to don business attire, Spira nevertheless had entree into many corporate boardrooms because of the groups he represented.
Women are striding into corporate boardrooms in increasing numbers but still make up only one-tenth of all directors among Fortune 500 companies, according to a survey by a women's group released Wednesday.