Research

What Keeps Directors Up At Night?

The 17th annual Corporate Board Member "What Directors Think" survey points to growing concern over the direction of the business cycle and the regulatory environment.

Directors Divided On Their Boards’ Ability To Oversee Disruptive Innovations

Survey by Corporate Board Member and Ernst & Young LLP shows that half of corporate directors report being unconvinced their boards have the appropriate resources to move their companies forward in this era of fast-paced technological change.

Majority Of Directors Say CEO Compensation Should Include Diversity And Inclusion Metrics, New Study...

More than half of public company directors believe diversity and inclusion metrics should be incorporated into the incentive compensation plans for the CEO and executive management team—but how best to do so remains a question.

Disruptive Innovations Is Top Issue For Corporate Directors

Survey by Corporate Board Member and Grant Thornton LLP finds that a quarter of public company directors wish for more time discussing disruptive technologies and innovations.

The Cyber Saga: How Data Security Continues To Challenge America’s Boardrooms

Data security, reputational damage and regulations enforcement are keeping corporate directors up at night, according to the results of Corporate Board Member’s 18th annual Law in the Boardroom survey.

Corporate Board Member Announces 18th Annual Corporate Law Firms Rankings

Corporate Board Member today announced the rankings of its 18th annual America’s Best Corporate Law Firms.