We are pleased to share that in Rasha’s interview with Caroline Copley from IMD, in Lausanne they delved into the primary challenges she has encountered. Specifically, they explored the hurdles of achieving effective board governance in SME business as an Arab female entrepreneur, thanks to Professor Didier Cossin.
She dealt with some company investors who were behaving like board directors,”. In her opinion, building a board can be a double-edged sword. “While a board can bring a fresh perspective, it can also lead to increased expenses, added time commitment, as well as potential for conflict of interest. It can result in routine meetings and repetitive jargon, diverting resources away from strategic innovation.”
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