So in my last post, we discussed at some length the governance structure of the Board and what steps, if any, might be taken to modify that structure. But I emphasized a key point that I think bears repeating: all paths for governance reform lead through Harrisburg. And I believe it is very unlikely that Harrisburg will do anything that would diminish its voice or reduce the political value of its involvement with Penn State.
So, if structural change is unlikely what about the practices, policies and procedures of our Board?
The good news? In my view. we …Read More »