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Risk of Multi-tasking: Governance, Integrity, and Effectiveness

If members of corporate boards are multitasking when important issues come before them, are they fulfilling their fiduciary duties? Daniel Siciliano of the Rock Center on Corporate Governance at Stanford University talks with Kirk O. Hanson, executive director of the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics. Siciliano reviews the work of Clifford Nass, who studied multitasking at Stanford and determined that switching back and forth between tasks and technologies always degrades attention. Rock talks about the implications for members of corporate boards.
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