Board Governance

From The Gridiron To Lessons in Governance

Governance in the corporate world is mainly “top down,” trickling from a board of directors, which is a distinctly different approach from the “bottom-up” governance principles R. Brad Oates learned in the NFL.

Are Disruptive Times Ahead for Public Company Boardrooms?

ESG, the proposed Accountable Capitalism Act, state-issued board diversity quotas, and continued pressure from institutional investors—these things will continue to shape board discussions and composition in 2019

McAfee’s CISO: “Security Should Be Discussed At Every Board Meeting”

McAfee's Grant Bourzikas spoke to us about the questions boards don’t ask when it comes to utilizing blockchain and IoT and why the supply chain is so vulnerable to cyber attacks.
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What Is The Governance Revolution?

If directors take ownership of governance, they can drive the companies in their charge toward long term sustainable value creation over short term sophistry.

To Deal With Disruptive Technologies And Innovations, Boards Must Look Inward

At a time when every aspect of business seems to entail technology directly or indirectly, it’s little wonder that digital disruptions are featuring more heavily than ever among boards’ top concerns.

A Washington, D.C. Update On Proxy Plumbing And Corporate Governance

Paul Atkins, former SEC Commissioner and current CEO of Patomak Global Partners, reviews various “proxy plumbing” issues and offers an insider’s perspective to the viewers of “Inside America’s Boardrooms”.

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.

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.