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Synonyms for board of directors

a group of persons chosen to govern the affairs of a corporation or other large institution

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Do you take measures to filter what board members might learn from executives several levels below you?
Several of the seven board members who attended the meeting were stunned to hear of the deadline -- and in some cases had no idea there was any problem in the first place.
A long interview may signify that board members are not fully satisfied with the information supplied in the board package.
Although every board's ultimate goal is to better the education its district offers students, cooperation and trust among board members and between the board and superintendent is the first step down that road.
The context for the study is a nationwide community of Cyber Groupies who work together as Editorial Board members of the Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching (MERLOT), a project that started in 1999.
Stabilizing IABC's finances through sound management has been the number one accomplishment, board members say.
Some board members think they are protected by legislation covering people acting in a volunteer capacity for NPOs.
The hospital board members want the new hospital to become a health centre where they can focus on progressive services and progressive thinking.
Still, the hemorrhaging of staff and departures of board members are hard to overlook.
The NSBA surveyed a nationwide sampling of the approximately 95,000 school board members across the nation.
Presently JPD is governed by the following elected officers: President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, and six board members.
Often in a small library, the board members are the library's most useful volunteers.
When a board is assembled under pressure from angry members of the community and scathing editorial writers, the focus of attention becomes speedy implementation, rather than the careful selection of board members and the establishment of a viable mission.