In a global survey of 4000+ corporate board directors, Professor Boris Groysberg, Yo-Jud Cheng of Harvard Business School, Spencer Stuart and oth. have found that most directors are uncertain about economic prospects and are not seeing growth in the future. The 2016 Global Board Survey, which garnered responses from male and female directors from 60 countries around the world, provides a comprehensive snapshot of the business climate and strategic priorities as seen from the boardroom of many of the world’s top public and large, privately held companies.
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