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2505, 2017

Insight on the Role of CEO. Blogs by Julia Dumanian.

By |May 25th, 2017|Categories: Governance, Leadership|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Canadian Hearing Society CEO Julia Dumanian is an expert on the CEO role.  Julia has an in-depth perspective on the challenges of the CEO role in today's organizations. Julia Dumanian, CEO of Canadian Hearing [...]

1905, 2017

The Best Advice You Will Ever Get to Win an RFP

By |May 19th, 2017|Categories: Business Development, RFP, RFP Writing|0 Comments

Best advice for winning an RFP. Here’s the best advice we've got for winning an RFP: Read. The. RFP. Whether you are writing the response yourself or engaging a professional writer, reading the [...]

1805, 2017

The Basics of Responding to an IT RFI, RFQ, RFP

By |May 18th, 2017|Categories: Business Development, RFP, RFP Writing|0 Comments

Boardroom Metrics provides RFP and Business Writing expertise to Information Technology clients in the United States, Canada and Europe. Information Technology (IT) RFP responses must be written in a way that complies with all the mandatory requirements [...]

505, 2017

Julia Dumanian: Role of the CEO as Chief Relationship Officer

By |May 5th, 2017|Categories: CEO, Governance, Leadership|Tags: , |0 Comments

Julia Dumanian is the President & Chief Executive Officer of the Canadian Hearing Society. In this blog she discusses her experience with the Role of the CEO as Chief Relationship Officer. Julia's complete series of blogs [...]

305, 2017

What Private Companies Can Learn About Board Composition from Public Companies

By |May 3rd, 2017|Categories: Family Business, Governance, Private Business|0 Comments

Private Company Boards are Smaller and Less Independent What stats about private company Boards show is this: they tend to be smaller and less independent than public company Boards. Does this matter? Sort of. The [...]

305, 2017

Four Factors Separating Strong Boards from Failed Boards

By |May 3rd, 2017|Categories: Corporate Culture, Family Business, Governance, Private Business|0 Comments

Failed Boards are more common than people realize. Failed Boards are much more common than most people realize. Charged with the responsibility of identifying and mitigating risk; validating and overseeing strategy; and, hiring and performance [...]