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"STYBEL PEABODY/BOARD OPTIONS, INC. SEAT AT THE TABLE"

MISSION: An Informed Board through small group conversations between Board Members, CEOs, and private equity partners about key issues in corporate governance.

Corporate clients who want to develop the careers of their people can attend.

Attendance is limited to fifteen to keep the focus on interaction.

TIME: 4:30-6:00PM

LIGHT REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED.

Location for all meetings, unless otherwise noted:

Stybel Peabody at Riverside Center
275 Grove Street
Newton, MA 02466
Building 2, 4th Floor
Tel.  617 594 7627

Exit 22 on Route 128 is one Exit North of Route 9/Route 128 and one Exit South of Route Mass Pike/Route 128.

Get off at Exit 22 (Wellesley-Newton). Follow the signs for Grove Street/Newton. Coming from Route 128, 275 Grove Street is immediately past the Riverside Train Station on your left.

  Turn left into entrance and follow the road to the back of the building. You will see an indoor parking lot entrance. Go past the first entrance and take the second one.
   
  It is likely to be less crowded.
   
  As you walk into the building from the indoor parking lot, Building #2 is a glass door on the right side of the hall after you pass Rebecca's Restaurant.
   
  Our meeting room is on the fourth floor to the right of the elevator.
   
  For more detailed directions go the URL below:
 
        http://boardoptions.com/directionnewton.htm
   
  To listen to podcasts of previous Seat at the Table Programs:
 
        http://www.stybelpeabody.com/newsite/ideas_mp3.php
   
  Seat at the Table Programs are distributed around to Boardoptions' network of 800 global Board members. Visit our network and do a "deep dive" using the keyword search function of your Internet Browser:
 
        http://www.boardoptions.com/bod.htm

If you would like to attend any of the following Seat at the Table programs, please email lstybel@stybelpeabody.com. For more information about us, go to stybelpeabody.com or boardoptions.com.

 

2017

Jan.  26 Case: "We Don’t Need No Third Party to Assess Our Ethics!" Vincent DiCianni, Affiliated Monitors, Inc.
Feb.  23 Case: "Build it, Buy It, or Use It Through Alliances?" Ben Gomes-Casseres, Brandeis University.
March  30 Case: "CEO Says: `We Are Innovative.' Board Member Says: `Prove It.'" Ralph Welborn. Imaginatik, Inc.
April  27 Case: "The Family Business Board Has to Make a Difficult Decision..." Paul and David Karofsky. Transition Consulting Group.
May  25 Case: "Board Conflict With Spending Shareholder Money for ISO Compliance: Is this Nice to Have or Need to Have?" George Raftopoulos. ROI-Cubed, LLC.
June  29 "The Dynamics of Getting on Boards of Public Companies." Ellen Richstone. Board Member, Superior Industries.
July  27
Aug.  31 Case: "Board Receives a Ransom Note in the Wake of a Cyber Theft of a Critical Corporate Trade Secret: pay us or else." John Sims. Co-Chairman, Homeland Security Science & Technology Advisory Council for the United States Department of Homeland Security.
Sept.  28
Oct.  26 "Mutual Fund Boards vs. Other Types of Boards." Patricia Flynn, mutual fund board member and Professor at Bentley University.