StyrelseAkademien and BoardClic initiate a unique collaboration to transform how board evaluations are conducted. The collaboration consists of two stages where StyrelseAkademien Stockholm acts as a pilot project and where the other local associations join at a later stage. BoardClic’s innovative products will then be offered to all members of StyrelseAkademien.
Among many things, the partnership entails a specifically developed product for board evaluations targeting StyrelseAkademien’s members.
BoardClic was founded in 2018 by Monica Lagercrantz and Malin Lombardi and has since revolutionised the boardroom with its innovative solution. The company currently has customers in the Nordic region and the rest of Europe. The market-leading platform provides qualitative insights into performance and competence and aims to increase both alignment and transparency in the work of the board and management team.
For us at BoardClic, this is a fantastic opportunity to, together with StyrelseAkademien, reach out and help even more companies to create data-driven processes for board evaluations that are also time- and cost-effective, says Monica Lagercrantz, CEO and Founder of BoardClic.
StyrelseAkademien is a non-profit and independent association for the development of board members and board work. They gather 7,000 board members and owners from north to south, a total of 16 local associations with the goal of professionalising board work in Sweden.
We are extremely pleased to be able to offer our members a competitive and comprehensive package with a focus on facilitating the digital transformation within the board work, says Charlotte Gustavsson, Operations Manager at StyrelseAkademien Stockholm.
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