When we hear about Corporate Governance, most of us think of large public companies with complex operations. However, good governance is critical aspect of even the smallest companies – and for good reason. Solid corporate governance practices allow a Founder CEO to overcome the many challenges inherent to a young, rapidly growing organization in a way that not only facilitates that growth, but also creates transparency and consistency in service/product delivery, as well as an environment perceived by loyal customers and employees as “fair”.
Learn how to make good Corporate Governance work for you and your organization. Co-sponsored by the MA Small Business Development Center
Co-sponsored by the North Shore Alliance for Economic Development
Patricia Negron is a seasoned financial and business analyst with professional background in banking, brokerage and strategy consulting services around performance, branding, and operations including crisis and reputation management. Ms. Negron is xperienced in working closely with top executives on development and implementation of a wide range of strategic initiatives such as compliance and training, compensation, and capital restructuring. She possesses a solid business development background with emphasis on building and maintaining client relationships, field-tested experience in product development and service delivery, and is a NACD Corporate Governance Fellow.