Meeting minutes serve the purpose of recording board actions and decisions. They are a critical component of board meetings, but they are often overlooked as a cursory documentation requirement. The reality is that there are legal and practical reasons for them.» Read More
What is the value of data to your business?
Whether it’s a close look at the steps your company follows to create products, details of confidential discussions between senior management and clients, or board-level plans for the company’s future, how much damage would result from a leak, theft or other loss of key company data?» Read More
Though boards differ considerably in regard to how they communicate with and support their members, the approaches boards adopt to organize meetings, circulate reports (and other documents) and manage minutes and records tend to evolve in predictable ways over time.
In this article, I’d like to take a look at the many documents that we have to read online – be it on a laptop, tablet, or phone – in preparation for a board meeting. Many people still tend to print out documents on paper to read them because it’s easier to skim through in that format.» Read More
Despite the emergence of new communication platforms on the Internet (e.g. social media, messaging, video calls, etc.), email continues to be the most important electronic business communication tool. It’s not only because emails are considered “official” documents, but also because email works. It saves time and offers tremendous convenience, along with ease of use.» Read More
The traditional role of the company secretary used to be heavily slanted towards ensuring regulatory (or legal) compliance and corporate records administration.
This role has evolved in an era where technology is so deeply embedded in the organisation’s operational and financial DNA.» Read More
Praxonomy is excited to announce that we have been selected to feature on the London Stock Exchange Issuer Services Marketplace as a provider of Board Portal to small and mid cap companies listed on LSE's Main Market and AIM.» Read More