As momentum builds for disclosure, boards and management should consider the following practices to minimize legal risk and fully leverage the benefits a successful ESG strategy can unlock.
If you think of culture as intangible or "squishy," you should probably think again. Institutionalizing culture is the only way to ensure everyone is rowing in the same direction.
If management executives, the board and the IT teams aren’t sharing the same information, it will be nearly impossible for companies to stay ahead of fast-evolving cyber threats.
Survey findings paint a picture for how boards and executive teams can align and work better together moving forward.
The Covid outbreak forced companies to address employee health and safety like never before. Now boards have to ensure management is embedding those protocols, so we're ready for the next one.
Emerging themes from the 2021 Say on Pay and proxy voting season suggest a fundamental shift in shareholder and proxy advisor perspectives on compensation.
Before companies add ESG measures to their executive compensation programs, they might consider where all of this is leading.
A recent survey of more than 225 public company board members highlights the latest board practices on workforce-related risk oversight—and opportunities for improvement.
Corporate Board Member’s October reading of director sentiment shows continued decline in optimism among U.S. public company board members. More now expect business conditions to deteriorate over the coming year.
There are plenty of metrics available to help you gauge how your people are doing. Here are the four that matter.
Female directors have begun to make inroads in boardrooms, but racial and ethnic diversity remains a challenge.
Employees have mobilized to prove that they can create real change and influence corporate decision making at the highest levels.
From climate change to workplace diversity, here’s what boards should know about stakeholder expectations and how to provide effective oversight.