New York (June 10, 2004) - Fifty percent of current corporate directors said serving on a board now is more attractive than five years ago.
Board members who participated in a poll by Columbia Business School cited greater responsibilities and challenges, as well as an “enhanced sense of professionalism,” as reasons behind the heightened interest in board service.
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