In the past, some Nom-Gov chairs felt they were perceived as onerous compliance police. Today, they have the opportunity to lead on a host of critical issues confronting organizations and their boards. A look at how to do that right.
In an interview with Corporate Board Member, Hartnack shares his views on a range of topics, including how to monitor culture from the outside.
As pressure from institutional investors grows to diversify, Nom-Gov chairs should ensure that slates for new directors include diverse candidates.
Proactive strategies have convinced investors to scale back the number of board members they want to replace, from nine to five.