Monthly Archives: November 2017
In search of the holy grail of board work: a clarion call for smarter technology, explains Nancy Falls - CEO of The Concinnity Company
Board evaluation: what investors are looking for from corporate leaders, writes John Roe - Head of ISS Analytics
The Chilean state-owned copper miner is committed to transparent and audible management, writes Oscar Landerretche - Chairman of the Board of Codelco
What makes a chair of the board of directors effective? writes Stanislav Shekshnia - INSEAD and Ward Howell International
Companies are increasingly embracing the UN’s sustainable development goals, writes By Carola van Lamoen - Head Active Ownership at Robeco
How can we ensure productive and effective discussions occur? Let’s start by looking at the quality of board papers, writes Mark Edge - UK Managing Director, Brainloop
How your organisational culture and management practices may be causing resentment and disenchantment among the workforce, explains Luke Treglown - Organisational Psychologist at PGI
Heightened sensitivity towards data breach will heavily influence information governance practices in 2018, writes Jason R. Baron - Of Counsel in the Information Governance and eDiscovery Group at Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP, Washington, D.C.
Organisations that strive to inspire, serve and seek to do good in the world gain more than just profit margins, explains Jane Stevenson - Vice Chairman, Board & CEO Services, Korn Ferry
Mirtha Kastrapeli was on one of the panel discussion talking about A New Competitive Landscape: Engaging Investors Through the Power of ESG, where she...