Inside America’s Boardrooms' TK Kerstetter sits down with Ram Charan to understand the key differentiators between a good board and a great board.
With GDPR fast approaching, Diligent CEO Brian Stafford and CFO Michael Stanton talk about what boards should know about the regulations.
VUCA was coined by the U.S. Army in the 1990s to describe the post-Cold War world: volatile, uncertain, complex...
A decision cycle regime developed for fighter pilots may offer board members insights into making sound decisions quickly.
For ousted Xerox CEO Jeff Jacobson, the perception (echoed by a judge) that he was pushing forward with a merger deal with Fujifilm to save his own job proved too much to overcome.
Culture is not given the same level of importance in M&A due diligence as financials, growth drivers, synergies and valuation models, but perhaps it should be.
Not only are investors pushing boards to think more strategically about ESG, diversity, and long-term sustainable investment, they’re also pushing for more shareholder communication around these topics.
Companies that don’t have a comprehensive understanding of the evolving definition of "trade secret" are opening themselves up to possible liabilities.
Everything in business and in life derives from the authenticity of relationships built on a solid foundation of trust.
Xerox, the company that gave us the ethernet, the mouse, the graphical user interface, and the PC has succumbed as much to technology disruption as to corporate rot.
Companies are being asked to better integrate their business goals with their public purpose. Recognizing that government can no longer solve societal issues alone, the public is also increasingly looking to the private sector for support.
Governance best practices increasingly call for boards to engage with their investors on critical issues; yet much ambiguity still surrounds the shareholder engagement process.