Having brought about the resignation of members of Enron?s board of directors from their positions on two other companies? boards, the AFL-CIO is increasing its efforts to achieve the same result at the nineteen other companies with Enron directors on their boards. The AFL-CIO?s position has been bolstered by the release last week of the Powers Report, in which Enron?s own investigative committee found that the board of directors ?failed, . . . in its oversight duties.? One of the companies targeted in the campaign, Qualcomm, will vote tomorrow on whether to reappoint Qualcomm and Enron board of directors member Frank Savage.