I'm still figuring out how to be a good board member. I'm involved in small companies where the structure is minimal. The role of the board is theoretically to hire and fire a CEO. Well if you're running a 5-25 person small business or startup, the board is more likely to be partners, key employees, advisors or investors. And their role is more likely to be 'help in anyway they can'. Anyways, here's a great tweetstorm by Ryan Caldbeck on being a good board member. I created a Twitter Moment (for the first time) to gather all the tweets and embed it here. Kinda cool!