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Digital Transformation and the Customer: A Forward-Looking Framework for Boards

Covid brought out a pace of change no one would have imagined one year ago. The pandemic has impacted many companies’ business models and digital transformation roadmaps. Objectives have shifted, new risks have emerged, and consumer habits are now constantly pivoting to take advantage of the latest technology. In Corporate Board Member and RSM’s recent survey of public company directors, 84% said the primary objective their organizations are trying to address with digital technologies is to improve the customer experience.

What Directors Think: How Boards Can Navigate a Pivotal Year

For the past 18 years, Corporate Board Member has surveyed public company directors to take a pulse on top boardroom issues. This year’s study, in partnership with Diligent Institute, provides interesting insights into how U.S. boards are overcoming the challenges of 2020 and preparing for the opportunities ahead.

The Changing Risk Landscape: What Boards Need to Know About New DOJ Guidance

The latest guidance from the Department of Justice serves as a framework for prosecutors when evaluating companies’ compliance programs amidst investigations and subsequent charging decisions—providing a lens into how companies should be structuring their compliance programs. But how does this shift the risk landscape? It puts employees and their behaviors at the center of this new framework. Does your board have a handle on your organization’s compliance training procedures? Are you confident that your processes meet the DOJ’s expectations, or is there a chance you are at risk of non-compliance? Join Neha Gupta, CEO of True Office Learning, to discuss why now, more than ever, boards must take a keen interest in how people risk is being monitored and mitigated both within and outside of training.

Year-end Compensation Planning in the Covid-19 Landscape

Covid-19 introduced much uncertainty for incentive plans, both in-cycle (i.e., 2020 bonus plans and performance shares granted in 2018, 2019 and 2020) and any new plans companies are considering (new year bonus plans and equity grants). When Covid-19 hit, most companies adopted a “wait and see” approach to their compensation planning. In other words, the environment was so uncertain, most companies were reluctant to make adjustments to their plans mid-year to account for the new environment, since it was difficult to predict with any reliability how year-end would look. As year-end draws near, companies will have to make these decisions shortly. So what’s the right thing to do? Join Corporate Board Member, FW Cook and Debevoise for an interactive discussion to help you make important year-end compensation decisions.

The Hi-EQ CEO: A Blueprint for the Transformative Leader in Times of Disruption

Co-hosted by Chief Executive Group and AlixPartners, a world-renowned leader in corporate turnarounds, restructurings and leadership development, we’ll share a new way of developing as a Transformative Leader, by building your personal EQ and effectively marrying it to strategic planning, communications, decision making and other vital leadership functions.