CEOs who sit on the board hold a position of great privilege but also great responsibility. With an equal voice at the board table, CEOs can enjoy more stature and influence among board members. Yet, at times, they may feel conflicted between the two roles—caught in a constant balancing act between day-to-day operations and big-picture decision making. Some boards believe the CEO should be on the board to help inform their decisions; others think it gives the CEO too much power. What are your views?