Gregory Boudreaux

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The Effective Board Chair - Chairs have significant influence over their boards but seldom receive formal training or useful advice about how to fulfill their responsibilities. This Guide explains the origin and nature of the chair's role, it provides examples of how chairs have contributed to very public corporate scandals (e.g., Enron, Disney, Hewlett-Packard), and it shows what chairs can do to help their boards stay out of trouble.

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The Boardroom Paradox - Corporate boards usually perform away from public view, but events at Enron and WorldCom and the recent near collapse of the economy have led to an intense scrutiny into their actions. Consumers, owners, regulators, the media and directors themselves are asking why boards have failed so badly. This timely book explains the principles of corporate governance and dissects what the boards did at several well-known companies, including what they should have done instead.

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Gregory Boudreaux
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Gregory Boudreaux has consulted with boards and chief executives for over thirty years.

He taught at Duke University, where he received his Ph.D. in Philosophy. He also has a Master's Degree in Social Science from Louisiana State University. He previously served as Resident Graduate Professor of the University of Maryland University College in Tokyo, Japan and as Assistant Dean of the Graduate School in College Park. He until recently was Executive Director of Educational Programs at the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association. He has consulted with and trained boards in the United States, Canada, and Africa.

He has published extensively, including in the Proceedings of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, Association Management, Compensation and Benefits Review, and Management Quarterly.

He now works as Board Development Specialist under the auspices of the U.S. Agency for International Development in Bangladesh.

Gregory Boudreaux
Ventura, California


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