[solved] The primary roles/obligations of a company's board of directors in the strategy-making, strategy-executing process include
critically appraising the company's direction, strategy, and business approaches and evaluating the caliber of senior executives' strategy-making and strategy-executing skills.
developing the company's business model and advising the CEO as to how best to implement and execute the business model.
determining whether the CEO and other senior executives have established an appropriate set of financial and strategic objectives.
playing the lead role in developing the company's strategy and supervising the efforts of the CEO and other top executives in implementing and executing the strategy.
making sure the company has a sound and up-to-date 5-year strategic plan, determining the company's dividend policy, and hiring and firing (if need be) all senior management executives.