The Covid era will cause many boards to enhance their HCM oversight and voluntarily discuss more about their efforts.
Bungling a meeting is never okay—but in a crisis, it’s practically criminal.
Assembling a diverse group of directors is a good start, but it takes strong board leadership to create a culture that embraces it.
The evidence suggests traditional RGM strategies will unintentionally lead to reductions in cash flow and shareholder value at a time when cash is critical. Here's how to avoid the pitfalls and minimize risk.
As a recent webcast made clear, determining actionable strategies that key stakeholders believe make most companies successful is proving difficult.
Companies need to find ways to deliver personalized customer experiences while preserving security and trust.
Director pay will, of course, be transformed in the current environment. But what that means and how it plays out will vary widely. A roadmap.
Resilience reflects what we do before, during and after disruptive events—and it's built on effective governance practices.
Examining non-financial metrics in the wake of the Covid-19 crisis.
Survey finds majority of public company directors believe their company is behind on the process of digital transformation—and that could be a good thing.
Directors must first get past the naiveté of believing that systemic racism and injustice does not exist in their companies. Then they must ask what management will do to change the narrative.
As boards look to review management's and its own response to the Covid crisis, directors should consider incorporating that review into the board’s annual evaluation process. Here's how.