Gerry’s influence as The Independent Director spans the web

The growing influence of The Independent Director continues to stretch across the web becoming a trusted resource when researching corporate governance and company directorships. Several business websites and Wikipedia acknowledge Gerry’s book, using it as a credible reference piece on on the theme.
Here is a selection of mentions:
The popular online encyclopedia Wikipedia features The Independent Director under its definition for Non-Executive Director. Readers are guided towards Gerry's book in the section for further reading.
Concepts is based in Los Angeles, USA and they are on a mission to empower the public to use the Internet more honestly for research and cross-reference information. Founded in 2005, it's an initiative to free concepts on the Internet. Under their description of ‘non-executive director’ Gerry's book is found in the further reading section.
The Boardlist is a curated marketplace for the discovery of highly endorsed women for private and public tech company boards, also serving to support further initiatives helping to increase boardroom diversity.
South China Morning Post
The SCMP is a source for credible news and authoritative insights from Hong Kong, China and the rest of the world. In his piece for the journal, Management Historian Morgen Witzeldiscusses the multinational conglomerate Tata Group regarding its recent sacking of chairman Cyrus Mistry; and appropriately references Gerry’s book The Independent Director when commenting on these challenges.
i love 3g
i love 3g is an aggregator website compiling relevant and newsworthy information from multiple online sources.
Recognising the significance of The Independent Director in today’s business world, i love 3g featured a video from Gerry’s YouTube channel where he talks in depth about being an independent director and real life in the boardroom.