boardroom, council chamber(noun)
a room where a committee meets (such as the board of directors of a company)
the room where a group of people (especially the board of a company or organization) conducts its meetings
corporations or corporate management considered as a section of society
Origin: compound board + room
The numerical value of boardroom in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of boardroom in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
I was fired in a boardroom brawl. And you know why?
Even before the scandals and indictments unfolded, I wondered, who is the audience for this story? Even dedicated fans aren't going to care about FIFA in the boardroom.
My experience is it's very difficult to create a winning team from existing management, there's nowhere more obfuscation than in the boardroom at the beginning of a turnaround.
What you have to defend as a former CEO are decisions that the boardroom understands but even often times your employees don't understand, and much less the general public, she could have a wonderful rationale, reason for it all, but if she can't put it into a soundbite it gets hard.
The CEO and chairman of one of America's largest coal companies now stands convicted of willful violations of the laws that are designed to keep coal miners safe. to go from boardroom to the prospect of incarceration sends a powerful message to executives who would ignore the safety of their workers. It doesn't matter who you are, how rich you are, how powerful you are, if you violate the laws and gamble with the lives of your workers, you will be held accountable.
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