Non-executive Directors: no management responsibility within the organisation and theoretically should be able to offer external and objective views on the strategy. Depending on national corporate governance systems, chairman/woman typically non-executive and have key role of consulting the CEO or liaising with investors. Must be authoritative and experienced because they must ensure that the organisation has a rigorous system in place for making and renewing strategy.  Limitations: ability to contribute substantially to strategy can be limited and typically part-time

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