Brian Stafford, President and CEO of Diligent Corporation, discusses the current state of boardroom technology around the world.
When I first joined the Nokia board of directors in 2008, a typical meeting with top management went like...
Every CEO knows that being replaced is a potential fate, and the idea that they are more worried about someone on the board than the hundreds of candidates inside and out is ridiculous.
CEOs and board members who help each other balance roles, responsibilities, and a commitment to lead will foster more resilient, ready relationships that can provide answers when challenging situations arise.
As the CEO of a manufacturing company, Barbara Humpton, chief at Siemens USA, acknowledges she occupies a rarefied position. That's why she's modeling success for many executive women in manufacturing and beyond.
Barbara Berlin, a director with PwC’s Governance Insights Center, and Grainne McNamara, a principal with PwC’s Digital Team talk blockchain trends.
Best Buy and Fiat Chrysler both had to deal with unexpected CEO successions. Here is the story of how each company dealt with them.
Hundreds of public company directors shared their views on the state of cyber oversight with us, from their biggest fear and identifying the rightful owner of the cyber risk.
Find out what California's new regulations on female directors at public companies means for boards moving forward.
It is essential today that enterprises build digital resilience into their business plans—and do so across all areas of the organization.
Christian Hoffman, President of Aon’s U.S. Cyber Solutions Retail sector, explains what a cyber risk insurance policy typically covers–and how that coverage has recently evolved.
A recent article in The Wall Street Journal explained how some companies have high ESG ratings in some indexes and low ratings in others. TK Kerstetter shares advice on how boards can navigate this confusing landscape.