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Wilson: The Board Of Directors – Selecting, Electing & Evolving

Fred Wilson (USV) must not be at SXSW because he’s got a great post up titled The Board Of Directors – Selecting, Electing & Evolving. While having a great post up and being at SXSW don’t have to be mutually exclusive, all of the other VC Posts that I saw this morning said something like “here’s where I’m going to be at SXSW – come find me.” Or they are tweeting “I’m still awake and I’m at an epic party.” Or they are asleep and hung over. But they are definitely not writing posts about boards of directors.

Fred talks about why a company should have a board, how the board evolved over time, and what the high level function of the board is. Having been on some boards with Fred, I hope he goes deeper in a series about boards on what boards should and should not do, especially in cases where the company is doing well, or not doing well.

As a bonus, he snuck in a tidbit near the end about the dynamics of the Twitter board. I wonder if anyone will notice.

March 12th, 2012 by     Categories: Board of Directors     Tags: , , ,
  • Kunle Odebunmi

    Great post!  a virtual board such as  www.abonnet.com will be useful for startups.