If boards want to help their CEOs devise a winning talent strategy, they need to focus on a much shorter time horizon.
With the U.S. further downsizing the economic relationship with China, boards and CEOs should be strategizing for a long-term process.
By making cultural insight part of the transition process, a company can salute the outgoing leader while also providing the new leader with the breadth, depth and context needed to support her agenda.
Known as a defender of choice for companies under attack, Martin Lipton has also been arguing against short-termism for more than three decades.
Companies may soon find themselves being asked to explain why they have a lack of ethnic diversity in their boardroom. Consider these proactive steps.