Cyber resilience: A business priority

Cyber exposures are an operational risk to manage, not a problem to solve, explains Bob Parisi - Cyber Product Leader, Marsh

Charting rise of shareholder activism in Australia

Activists are transforming the Australian corporate landscape, writes Jeremy Leibler - Partner at Arnold Bloch Leibler 

PCAOB: Minding the GAAP

Is auditor regulatory oversight beneficial for public companies? asks Nemit Shroff - Associate Professor of Accounting, MIT Sloan School of Management

The benefits of compliance training

Why executive boards should invest in educating employees on company laws, regulations and policies, explains Sally Afonso - Compliance advisor within the financial services industry

Board evaluations: Good defence & good offence

How is your board grading its own performance? writes Taylor Griffin - Chief Operating Officer & William Stern - Managing Director, The Miles Group.

Promoting good governance in Canada

Shareholder engagement is key, writes Stephen Erlichman - Executive Director, Canadian Coalition for Good Governance

Aviation risk: Cyber threat flies into the boardroom

How to mitigate the impact of cyber threats in aviation, explains Glen Thoms - Executive Director, Cyber & TMT, Willis Towers Watson

When sustainability chimes with stability

For an economy to be sustainable, it needs to be stable. And for an economy to be stable, it needs a reliable financial infrastructure. But what does this entail?, explains Chris Landis - Division CEO, SIX Swiss Exchange

The tech impact: Empowering boards

In search of the holy grail of board work: a clarion call for smarter technology, explains Nancy Falls - CEO of The Concinnity Company

From the outside in

Board evaluation: what investors are looking for from corporate leaders, writes John Roe - Head of ISS Analytics

Codelco’s covenant of trust

The Chilean state-owned copper miner is committed to transparent and audible management, writes Oscar Landerretche - Chairman of the Board of Codelco

The incumbents’ view

What makes a chair of the board of directors effective? writes Stanislav Shekshnia - INSEAD and Ward Howell International

Boards can make the world a better place

Companies are increasingly embracing the UN’s sustainable development goals, writes By Carola van Lamoen - Head Active Ownership at Robeco

Better board papers: Opportunity to improve board effectiveness

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

Wolves in sheep’s clothing

How your organisational culture and management practices may be causing resentment and disenchantment among the workforce, explains Luke Treglown - Organisational Psychologist at PGI

Looking into the crystal ball

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.

The ROI of leadership that inspires change

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

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