Mind ‘The Global Capability Gap’
From The Boston Business Journal
Over the last decade as U.S. economic growth slowed, companies in Boston and across the country successfully chased and found growth opportunities overseas. Nearly three-quarters of all S&P 500 companies now report some amount of international revenue. A quick scan of the American boardroom, however, reveals that the board composition of these new global entities has failed to keep pace with their strategic redirection.
At Egon Zehnder, we call this disparity between a company’s global footprint and the ability of its board to guide and advise leaders on global matters The Global Capability Gap.
For the entire article, please download “Mind ‘The Global Capability Gap’”. This article was first published in The Boston Business Journal on page 31, 21 March 2014. The PDF is republished on this website with kind permission of the magazine.