Corporate Board Member conducts survey-based research throughout the year to gather firsthand accounts from public company board members on shifting boardroom strategy discussions and processes. We also offer a timely look into boardroom sentiment with our Director Confidence Index, a monthly flash poll of board members on the economy and top-of-mind issues.


What Directors Think

Every year, Corporate Board Member surveys U.S. public company board members to take their pulse on the issues that are most prominent in the boardroom for the year to come and the strategies companies are implementing to overcome the biggest challenges ahead. The full report findings can be downloaded as a PDF. Key takeaways from the research are featured below.

Futureproofing Your Bank

At a time when Americans are changing jobs in record numbers, banks are far from alone in dealing with unprecedented employee turnover. However, the industry’s talent challenges emerged long before the advent of today’s Great Resignation.

The Transformation Imperative

More than two years into the pandemic, it’s become clear that companies that are not embracing digital in their strategy will be left behind. A new survey seeks to understand how boards are tackling the digital imperative.

Leveraging the GC

With the proliferation of risks today, the GC plays a crucial role in providing the board with the information they need to fulfill their duty of care. Yet, a recent survey reveals gaps in how boards are utilizing their GC in their risk oversight.

Who's Minding the Talent Gap

At a time when human capital is the most important issue facing business, a new survey suggests HR chiefs and directors aren’t necessarily on the same page.