Professor Karen Brenner discusses the increasing demands of corporate board membership
— September 8, 2015
Excerpt from Bloomberg -- "A more substantive reason to say no, [Karen] Brenner says, is that a candidate may get a bad feeling about becoming responsible for a company’s direction. 'They might ask questions and not feel right about the dynamics or challenges a company might face or if it's a good fit,' she says...The most important question, for the candidate, is whether he or she wants to be permanently associated with this company. 'People are pledging their reputation in this process,' Brenner says. “It’s really important that you do so in a way that you can be fully informed."