Consent in Haste? Repent at Leisure!

Julie trains boards and directors to excell in the real world

When people tell me that they are only on a board ‘to fulfill and administrative necessity’ or ‘to give the illusion of board governance when the real power is exercised elsewhere’, I worry. Then I share an interesting article from the AFR about the Foodora insolvency.

Unfortunately this is not an uncommon situation for directors on the boards of subsidiaries of multinational companies. Many of these…