RESEARCH & WHITEPAPERS

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.

FEATURED ANNUAL REPORT

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.

Retention Strategies in Healthcare

Few industries have been hit harder by the Great Resignation than healthcare—and little wonder. The added pressure only served to accelerate the rising turnover rates that many healthcare organizations have been struggling with for some time.

Navigating the Current Talent Environment

Market volatility, the war for talent, inflation pressures and the increasing focus on ESG issues have led compensation committees to reevaluate the effectiveness of their executive compensation programs in the current environment.

Beyond Equity: Strategies to Retain Top Life Sciences Talent

More and more companies are finding that compensation-related retention incentives are no longer enough to keep employees engaged and dampen attrition.

Dissecting the ESG Landscape

To better understand what directors across sectors are doing about ESG today and uncover best practices that may be emerging, 300 U.S. public company directors were surveyed about this high-profile subject.

LATEST RESEARCH COVERAGE

What Directors Think 2022

Corporate Board Member’s annual survey of U.S. public-company board members, conducted in partnership with Diligent Institute, reveals directors’ top concerns, challenges and agenda items for the year ahead. What’s on your mind? Cyber, talent and that oh-so-volatile economy.

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