Proactive strategies for oversight of investigations and compliance crises implicating financial reporting and internal controls
Jim Wolf, managing partner at Meridian Compensation Partners, on the challenges of working with incentive plans in a cyclical market.
If you could design a digital training program for today’s board members, what would it look like? Alex Schmelkin responds.
The corporate board self-assessment has become a standard in most countries. So why hasn’t this gained more traction with the board of independent affiliates?
In this episode of "Inside America's Boardrooms", Julie Hembrock Daum, Leader of Spencer Stuart’s North American Board Practice, reviews trends in board recruitment, age limits, and how they tie these trends together.
The skills, processes and structures that got today’s boards where they are now will not be the same in the future. This is a call for boardroom reform.
Recent high-profile controversies with governance implications raise the interest level on director liability risks. However, issues of liability exposure should be considered in the context of a broader scope of potential risks.
Policyholders should always seek a conduct exclusion that clearly delineates what is and is not subject to the exclusion.
This experienced board observer sees a lot happening, but P&G's “too close to call” case doesn’t constitute a trend. At least not yet.
To understand and address the cybersecurity risks involved in an M&A transaction, consider these 6 questions.
At a time when a major cybersecurity incident can cost a company millions, it’s crucial that acquiring companies give cybersecurity the same level of scrutiny as they do more traditional risks and opportunities in the M&A due diligence process.
From activists to absentees, every board occasionally gets saddled with a difficult board member. Here’s how to cope.