Any company’s board of directors is among various systems related to the centralised administration that are preconceived to make sure that the investors and executives’ regards are meticulously intertwined and to sanction or fire leadership groups that are unproductive. One of the greatest fundamental administration challenges that modern corporation encounter are the ones linked to diversity, i.e. gender and age, and the directors’ autonomy (Nicholson and Kiel, 2007). Coca-Cola Amatil is a large publicly traded corporation registered in the Australian Stock Exchange. Sydney is the base for its headquarters, and the Asia-Pacific region is its region of operation. The company is the largest manufacturer and distributor in Australia of soft drinks and other beverages that are non-alcoholic. The company has more than 16 thousand employees based in the six countries it operates in with a quarter of those employees being based in Australia. The Company owns 70% of shares with the rest held by, and in the Board of Directors, it has two slots (CCA, 2017).
Board of Directors
A dynamic board is a formation that moderates the composition of blueprints in regards of investors, advances applicable motivations geared towards the Managing Director and additional personnel to channel their productivity towards the implementation of the stipulated tactical propositions, and assesses the fulfillment of executive versus this strategy.