The composition and procedures of supervisory bodies may differ in practice for good reason. However, companies should still follow best practices and established monitoring standards. This is because a comparison with benchmarks and best practices in corporate monitoring enables an objective classification of a company’s own supervisory body, which also makes it easier to identify development potential.
This is done on the basis of our benchmarking database, which contains a wealth of data on the structure and procedures of supervisory bodies. In addition to scientific research results and our experience gained in similar projects, we use such data as benchmarks for the evaluation of your supervisory body.
Our database includes comparative figures on
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