3 things the Facebook board should now do to prevent further “high risk events”…

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…first, appoint a Devil’s Advocate at each board meeting, by rotation, and with permission and an expectation to call out risks not faced at that meeting. See https://ciaranfenton.wordpress.com/2018/01/17/could-a-devils-advocate-process-prevent-a-carillion-situation-in-your-business/

Second, voluntarily apply an ROI50 #ESG50 ratio to all decision-making to offset the risks around Mr Zuckerberg’s 60% voting control. See #ESG50: equal ROI/ESG ratios would lead to better boardroom decision-making

Third, attend this: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/is-behaviour-on-your-board-a-risk-time-bomb-a-one-day-workshop-tickets-43315044464





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