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It is commonplace for people to confuse the difference between an advisory board and a board of director especially if they’re not familiar with it. The confusion could be due to common terminology (referring to both as «the board») and the absence of a clear, well-documented description of the purpose of the advisory board in the company’s bylaws or rules and a different level of fiduciary responsibility.

A board of director is the governing body for an company. It is empowered to make major decisions such as the replacement of the CEO, or changes in the executive management. The board can also make the management accountable for their actions. Board members have an obligation of fiduciary to the company and could be held legally responsible for their actions if they do not meet this standard.

Advisory boards offer guidance to the company and its leaders. They might be able to recommend specific changes or projects however it is up to the top management of the company to accept or reject the advice.

Typically, an advisory board is made up of seasoned third parties who bring a wealth of experience and industry connections. Members of the advisory position can help the business stay up to date with trends and make recommendations that help the business expand. It could be as easy and easy as streamlining customer service in line with recent buying patterns or as complex as developing an entirely new global growth strategy.