Attaining the (Truly) Paperless Boardroom

The Human Side of Technology Change

About The White Paper

Given the amount of information that is distributed to board members before each board or committee meeting, many boards have attempted to “go paperless.” But without taking into account how people actually use information and interact with technology, well-meaning efforts can easily backfire, creating more paper and complexity than before. Thorough planning and a user-centered approach, however, can make the paperless boardroom a reality.

This white paper will teach you:

  • How to avoid getting stuck in the middle of the paperless spectrum
  • Best practices in transitioning to the paperless boardroom
  • How to make the paperless boardroom a reality