Why Boards Need To Keep An Open Line Of Communication

The two biggest opportunities we have to disconnect as an organization; when we are overwhelmed by growth and when we are losing traction. 

When It Comes To Auto Industry 4.0, Separating Hype For Reality

Ron Harbour separates hype from reality on how technology is seeping into the auto manufacturing world and what the most successful comanies are doing.

Successful Corporate Governance Comes From Personal Self Governance

Personal self governance deficiencies or the absence of personal governance has brought negative publicity upon leaders and their companies as well as in certain circumstances wrecked reputations and careers.

Xerox President On How The 113-Year-Old Company Is Staying Relevant

There is a big difference between understanding a technology’s functions and understanding a technology’s business purpose. No one appreciates that more than Xerox President and Chief Operations Officer Steve Bandrowczak, who has taken on number of high-level IT and general management positions throughout his career.

Three Signs Your Company Is At Increased Risk of Cyber Attack

The effectiveness of a cybersecurity defense, like that of the immune system, depends on each component efficiently fulfilling its role. Similarly, a corporate body’s health and safety depends on its ability to do three things.

How France, Japan and Australia Take On Corporate Culture

Here is part two of our look at the state of corporate culture in some of the world’s biggest economies with insights into Japan, Australia and France.

Why Business Transformations Are Easier Said Than Done

Why should directors expect trouble when they are about to embark in a business transformation? Transformations go wrong because of the timing, the team, and in some cases, the strategy.

Businesses Must Save “The Other America”

Business is the only institution that can produce inclusive prosperity and growth for both Americas and all our people. And it must do that ASAP, says Peter Georgescu, Chairman Emeritus of Young and Rubicam.

How To Onboard A New Director

Boards must be prepared to onboard new directors and facilitate a process that allows them to hit the ground running.


How Boards Across The Global Deal With Culture

When it comes to waking up to the role healthy corporate culture plays in a company’s success, American boards are hardly alone, of course. Part one of an in-depth look at the state of the issue in some of the world’s biggest economies.

CEOs In The Crosshairs As Proxy Season Heats Up

CEOs and directors looking to suss out some of the big themes that are potentially emerging in this year's proxy season, here's a big one: Public-company CEOs are headed into the crosshairs.

Without Inclusion, Diversity Does Not Work

Diversity and inclusion are often discussed as a single term, but the fact is that they are very different concepts. Diversity is about the mix of people in a team. Inclusion is about making sure the mix works.

What is Effective Board Leadership Today?

In this episode, Brad Oates, board member with CIT Group/CIT Bank and also a former NFL player, establishes a baseline for board leadership and explains why nearly every successful board has elected a leader.

Board Composition Trends

With investors increasingly scrutinizing the composition, diversity and quality of boardrooms, directors serving on their board's nominating/governance committee are now in the spotlight.

Committee Briefings: Top Considerations for 2019

Investor expectations, new disclosure requirements, ESG, current and future trends–your committee agendas are filling up.