How often and for how long should our advisory board meet?

The cadence and format of your meetings should suit your particular advisors and the board’s charter.

A common, successful equation is to meet in person for one to 1.5 days, once or twice a year.

Some boards also supplement with virtual meetings, which last 60 to 90 minutes, once or twice a year.

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