The model for success we have been following for decades is setting us up for catastrophic failure. It is time to choose—not whether capitalism is the foundation of widespread prosperity and progress (it is), but rather about what kind of capitalism America should adopt moving forward.
The responsibilities of corporate directors continue to expand, and the entire board must be willing to anticipate potential problems and mitigate them before they have an adverse effect on the company.
Amid a litany of arguments that moving to 100 percent renewable power is impossible, Xcel Energy’s board decided to do it anyway—challenging other businesses to follow.
DaVita’s Pamela Arway, Johnson & Johnson, Xcel Energy and ACCD’s Clint Allen recognized by panel of peer directors for significant accomplishments in the field of corporate governance and board leadership. Awards will be presented on Sept. 23, 2021, at Annual Boardroom Summit.
Four issues boards need to consider to stay on top of talent strategy.