Executives are concerned with finding the right mix of boardroom skills, yet one in three boards have failed to properly discuss succession.
A little more than one-third (36%) of executives are “satisfied” their boards have the right mix of skills, according to a survey of 2,300 directors across 46 countries.
The research found 49% of respondents could only say they were “somewhat satisfied” that their boards possessed the right combination of skills.
Despite these concerns, 33% of directors said their boards had conducted "little or no" discussion of succession plans.
Conducted by KPMG, the professional services firm, the survey also found that three out of five board di
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