If you’re leading through complex times, you could do a lot worse than grabbing some how-to tips from Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt, FDR and LBJ. Pulitzer-Prize winning author Doris Kearns Goodwin shares some insights for directors who may not be fighting the Civil War or WWII, but still face their own leadership challenges.
Adina Storch, GC, Corporate Secretary & Chief Compliance Officer for Cedar Realty Trust, outlines the three aspects of compliance that all boards should have top of mind.
Scandals can and will continue to happen suddenly and without warning. This could be a major cultural moment for your company, so make sure you are ready.
Proxy season went well for the majority of boards, says Virginia Rhodes, lead consultant at Meridian Compensation Partners. She shares lessons for boards about the most recent proxy season and how they can prepare for the next one.
With ISS beginning to focus on board member compensation, it’s a good time to re-examine pay practices. Here's what you need to know.
The rise of tariffs in recent months, combined with the tax reform overhaul passed last December, and it’s thrown US companies into unprecedented territory.
Kathy Misunas, a board member with Tech Data Corp. and Boingo Wireless Inc., discusses why each of her boards ultimately decided to form a Cyber Risk Committee.
Ram Charan shares his insights on the need for boards and companies to embrace digital transformation. He has practical advice on how boards can help their companies take advantage of this new opportunity.
There are multiple reasons why boards aren’t as diversified as they should be. Lack of term limits is a big one, says Dale Jones, President and CEO of Diversified Search.
CBS should have suspended former CEO Les Moonves and conducted a more prompt investigation, let alone not given him the keys to the company’s pay vault and the weapon of governance litigation to fight board oversight.
Les Moonves was wired in a way that he understood public taste better than anyone. Why did his instinct desert him when he needed it most?
A look back at the first half of 2018 shows that shareholder activism continues at record pace, passive asset managers are growing larger and have found their ESG-centric voice.