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Three ways to maximise a board

People with right skills and experience should be picked, keeping in mind company's changing needs; talent flow should be ensured.

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An effective board can steer the company in the right direction ahead. It is not just simply the "who" that makes a board effective, but what they can do, and how they do it.

WHEN hotshot biotech startup Theranos completed assembling its board of directors in 2014, it was one of the most illustrious in American corporate history.

It included former secretary of state George Shultz, Bechtel Group chairman Riley Bechtel, former Wells Fargo chairman and CEO

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