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The Mindful Board
I recently read an interesting from strategy + business on mindfulness as a characteristic of effective boards.
The article’s definition of mindfulness seems to differ from the widely accepted definition of non-judgmental awareness. My biggest take away from this is a structured approach to reflection and context setting is useful for boards to make considered decisions.
A counter point is, should those behaviors be assumed – as directors and trustees have a duty of care to their enterprises – and not labeled as “innovative”?