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William Dimma: 100 boards! (and counting)

In The Director's Chair with David W. Anderson: If the Guinness Book of World Records included a category for most directorships, we'd nominate William Dimma. The common thread? His faith in free enterprise
March 25th, 2011

It’s hard to imagine anyone with more to teach you than William Dimma. Chair, director, president, he’s done it all, exceptionally well, dozens of times over. In this instalment of The Director’s Chair, governance expert and Listed contributing editor David … Continue reading

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Steve Snyder: Behind every successful board…

In The Director's Chair with David W. Anderson: According to Steve Snyder, it's where you'll find a hard-working, bridge-building CEO who does all he or she can to keep their co-directors engaged and informed
December 25th, 2010

Veteran energy executive and corporate director Steve Snyder has been president and CEO of TransAlta Corp., Canada’s largest investor-owned wholesale electricity generator and power marketer, since 1996. In this instalment of The Director’s Chair, a dialogue feature led by governance expert … Continue reading

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Richard Haskayne: Getting to yes. Or no

In The Director's Chair with David W. Anderson: After 30 years of service, Richard Haskayne knows a thing or two about being a director, running a board and making good decisions
September 15th, 2010

The Director’s Chair, a special dialogue feature with noted Canadian directors by governance expert and leadership advisor David W. Anderson, will appear in every issue of Listed. For his first instalment, Anderson traveled to Calgary to interview Richard Haskayne, illustrious … Continue reading

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