Typically, before any new strategies or programmes or rolled out, the ideas are taken to a meeting with the Board to gather everyone’s thoughts and concerns.
After a decision has been reached, information will trickle down the organisational hierarchy and line managers will communicate future expectations with employees. However, it seems more companies are welcoming the idea of a ‘Shadow Board’ in their executive meetings.
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