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Maxims applied: GM and how its Misaligned Board led to Trouble.

Posted on: 31-Mar-2009

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The plague of bad management, which has spread to so many American companies, stems from three structural forces: 1) The Sarbox law that boards need to be truly independent of a company’s management. 2) Sarbox refocuses 80% of a boards attention to following the letter of the law. 3) The belief that management is generic of industry. The first ...

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