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Public limited company boards The main PLC Board of Directors is a legal entity with its members carrying responsibilities for the company’s aims and functions in accordance with its Articles of Association as registered under the Companies Act (1985). Main Boards of Directors are accountable to the company’s owners, namely the stockholders. In modern capitalist societies accountability is largely financial with the Board of Directors taking responsibility to ensure the sufficient generation of profit to pay dividends, to increase the share price to retain existing and to attract new shareholders and to prevent a hostile take-over of the company by another company.
In reality, however, it is more concerned in looking forward and less involved in monitoring than is the main Board. This is not to argue the chairperson and other NEDs are superfluous to strategic decision-making because they are members of the main Board, which is constitutionally the final authority on approving the strategy. They have thus an input into strategy formation when the Board receives the proposed strategy from the Executive Group. Nevertheless it is the latter body where new ideas grow and develop, are clarified and responsibility given either to an executive director or increasingly to a multidisciplinary project team to carry out the necessary background research to strategy formulation.
However, in the organisations cooperating with our work the Board approved the CEO/ MD Executive Group proposed strategy but only after receiving satisfactory answers to their probing questions. This process is typified by the following quote from the CEO of a major utility, ‘Most of the ideas originate at the Executive Group with the really big decisions going on to the corporate Board. The corporate Board can amend and delay by asking for more information’. Nevertheless in one of our case study companies the CEO Executive Group felt strong enough to ignore the advice of the Board of Directors and proceeded to ‘buy’ another company.