Today’s investors want to know more about board evaluations than ever before. They want to see that the board has taken the process seriously - and will follow up on issues identified during the process. They want to see more disclosure about the process, the procedures - and the results. They want to know that the evaluation has focused on the board, its committees and on its directors as individuals. They are especially interested these days in hearing about changes that have been made as a result of board evaluations.