The board shall take action by the affirmative vote of the greater of (1) a majority of directors present at a duly held meeting at the time the action is taken, or (2) a majority of the minimum proportion or number of directors that would constitute a quorum for the transaction of business at the meeting, except where this chapter or the articles require the affirmative vote of a larger proportion or number. If the articles require a larger proportion or number than is required by this chapter for a particular action, the articles shall control.
The articles of a domestic corporation that is not a publicly held corporation may confer upon one or more directors voting powers greater than or less than those of other directors. After the adoption of the initial articles, an amendment to the articles to confer upon one or more directors voting powers greater than or less than those of other directors requires the approval of all of the shareholders entitled to vote on the amendment. If the articles provide that any director has more or less than one vote on any matter, every reference in this chapter to a majority or other proportion of the directors shall refer to a majority or other proportion of the voting power of the directors. Unless otherwise provided in the articles, the bylaws, or the resolution establishing the committee or the subcommittee, any such provision conferring greater or lesser voting power applies to voting in a committee or subcommittee.