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United States: Exectuive Risks: A Boardroom Guide 2012/2013
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Age Diversity and Boards of Directors

Traditionally, most directors are mature, experienced and, in many cases, fill this role after retirement or near the later part of their career. The perspective these directors bring to a boardroom is vitally important. Still, age diversity on boards help the corporation to benefit from the different perspectives of different age groups. Age diversity of boards encourages board development and learning, and can foster creativity and innovation, and many studies have found positive relations....

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