Boards will continue to face demands for more diverse competencies, innovative thinking, complex problem-solving and stronger governance.
What the rising emphasis on ESG means for compensation planning.
Four Wells Fargo board members may lose their seats over culture-related scandals. Here's what you can learn from that board's upheaval to avoid a similar fate on your own.
Given heightened investor scrutiny, every board needs to be asking whether they have the right brain trust to lead the company into the next decade.
The media paints a picture of directors responding to shareholder demands for change. But as far as directors are concerned, the notion of valuing stakeholder concerns is anything but news.
Leaders with intelligence, drive and excellence will only get a company so far. To get truly extraordinary performance, your CEO must value well-being—body, spirit and mind.
In an age of global unrest, strength and courage at the helm are more important than ever. As a director, it's your job to ensure your CEO has what it takes.
Maggie Wilderotter, veteran of 36 boards, including Costco, HP Enterprise, Juno Therapeutics and Lyft, on how to challenge your own strategy—before investors do it for you.
A smart board of directors understands that cybersecurity is a management issue—not just a technical one.
Director accountability will be a major theme in 2020, and shareholders and regulators are set to use voting as an enforcement measure.
The best boards are led by chairs who actively and routinely seek and use feedback about their effectiveness in the role.
A people-centric culture can foster world-class performance—and directors have a lot more influence over that than they might think.