Crisis Management

Boards Must Avoid Dysfunction Over Political Spending

Corporate directors should expect to be pressured over the next weeks and months to disclose who their companies have donated to in the past and what their plans for future political giving are.

Harvard’s Public Health Dean On How Boards Can Battle Covid

Business has been essential in combatting the illness—and will continue to be for as long as the threat remains. Smart advice for the tough months to come.

Stop Looking Back—So We Can Move Forward

What if we never go back to pre-Covid reality? The leaders who are able to accept that, and embrace the future, will be way ahead of those attempting to return to the past.

Can We Save Capitalism From Itself?

Roger Martin, who Ford's Jim Hackett called "my generation's Peter Drucker," explains what ails our beloved system and how we can fix it by realizing 'slack is not the enemy.'

Why Pfizer’s Covid Vaccine Could Fail, And How Corporate Leaders Can Make Sure It...

If we really to turn the corner on Covid, we've got to get people to take a vaccine. That's going to take leadership.

Nine Questions To Ask Your Attorney Now

Pandemic-induced financial repercussions, environmental disasters, #MeToo scandals and cyber events are all factors in today’s more complicated and risky D&O liability landscape. Here’s how to gauge your risk of exposure.

Corporate Board Member Institute

The leading continuing education program for public company boards.

Poll: Director Optimism Stalls in April 

U.S. public company board members’ optimism heading into the spring is increasingly tempered by worries over new taxes and regulations. 

Director Fundamentals

A comprehensive guide & training course on the role of the public company director.