Despite 10 percent of CEO transitions initially filled with interim roles, this should be a last-resort default option, as the problems with interim appointments are numerous.
Survey stats highlight misses on employee training, compensation and ESG activism.
Black Swan threats may be inescapable, says Gen. Stanley McChrystal, but your ability to move through them—and thrive—is very much in your hands.
That 17 states have filed lawsuits claiming Nasdaq’s board diversity policy amounts to an illegal quota system demonstrates that last year’s gains may not be sustainable.
To exhibit grace in leadership, we need to show our human side—with greater self-awareness and genuine connection to others.
The concept, coined by author Jim Collins in his bestselling classic Good to Great, is an essential tool for our current moment.
Nearly three-quarters of all boards say they don’t prioritize climate change in their executive performance metrics.
The stakes are higher than ever, but there is also enormous opportunity and potential upside if you play the game right.
After peaking in April, board members’ outlook for the future of business slipped further in November, driven by renewed Covid fears, inflation and a tight labor market.
As the prevalence of online shopping continues to increase, shareholders will be paying a lot more attention to the company's online engagement with consumers. Boards should consider these three questions.
In today’s inflationary times, management needs to learn—or re-learn—the necessity to boost prices and the power that can be inherent in doing so.
What does the call for stronger diversity, equity and inclusion efforts mean for compensation committees?
Employees have mobilized to prove that they can create real change and influence corporate decision making at the highest levels.