ESG

Your Company’s History Can Make It More Valuable—Or More Vulnerable

Knowing the past, and how it will play today, is the best way to get ahead of reputational damage. Here's how boards can evaluate "historical risk."

Initiative To Increase Black Directors Could Boost Board Diversity

The Board Challenge will use a network of influential organizations and senior business and community leaders to encourage companies to add Black directors—an approach that hasn’t been tried before.

ESG Considerations In M&A

The level of transparency stakeholders are requiring on ESG factors is creating both risks and opportunities that are financially material to companies on both sides of the deal.

Judy Marks On Why She Elevated D&I To Top Priority At Otis Worldwide

Given the company's presence around the globe, "the board challenged us" to use a "wide lens" in developing the new initiative for inclusivity.

What Boards Can Learn About Diversity From HP

When the company had an opportunity to build its board from scratch after the breakup of Hewlett Packard, it made diversity a top priority.

Should ESG Still Be A Priority Post-Pandemic?

Directors and experts weigh in on how boards view environmental, social and governance oversight now.

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Director Optimism Hits New Low In September

Corporate Board Member’s September reading of director sentiment shows optimism waning, as companies continue to grapple with unresolved challenges and lingering uncertainties.