Pressed for greater oversight of human capital management, boards are exploring ways to expand and sharpen their focus on talent.
Pressure is building to snag value while the getting is good. But mergers and acquisitions are always tricky—and boards have a whole host of new issues to consider.
Corporate Board Member’s September reading of director sentiment shows optimism waning, as companies continue to grapple with unresolved challenges and lingering uncertainties.
New developments show that shareholders are shifting their views on a number of issues that could affect corporate boards next year. A rundown of what to expect.
Roundly blamed for leveling the house that Jack built, Immelt offers an after-action report from his tenure, with lessons for every director.
The model for success we have been following for decades is setting us up for catastrophic failure. It is time to choose—not whether capitalism is the foundation of widespread prosperity and progress (it is), but rather about what kind of capitalism America should adopt moving forward.
Scores of businesses have demonstrated that doing good is not antithetical to doing well.
The responsibilities of corporate directors continue to expand, and the entire board must be willing to anticipate potential problems and mitigate them before they have an adverse effect on the company.
Shift your metrics if you want to address the dangers to profitability most effectively.
In many respects, the current decisions about remote work are far more difficult than when the pandemic began, and are driven by numerous considerations.
The new Nasdaq rule means more companies will fall in line on board diversity—but that won't be enough.
From climate change to workplace diversity, there are many important topics on which boards are increasingly providing oversight. With new and evolving issues, here’s what boards should know about stakeholder expectations and how to provide effective oversight.
As competition for talent intensifies, companies may need to rethink executive recruitment packages.