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September 14, 2021

Are Your Board’s Onboarding Practices Effective and Inclusive?

With more and more corporate directors entering the boardroom in possession of nontraditional ski...

By Lesley Antoun

July 20, 2021

Out of the Box: Chief Innovation Officers Fill Multiple Board Skill Gaps

How many new directors does it take to refresh and reinvigorate a board? Perhaps one: a chief inn...

By Babs Ryan

June 17, 2021

LGBTQ+ Inclusion in the Boardroom Is Simply Good Governance

Sexual orientation and gender identity have become an important part of the board diversity conve...

By Fabrice Houdart

June 3, 2021

Unpacking SPACs: Considerations for Board Members

The SPAC ecosystem requires a large number of qualified independent board members. Here’s w...

By Jane Sadowsky

May 26, 2021

Under Construction: Why and How to Build a Pre-IPO Board

2020’s hot IPO market has bled into 2021. This is what a company considering going public s...

By Mandy Wright

May 21, 2021

Activate the Director Renomination Process to Increase Impact and Diversity

In 2021, there’s an opportunity to make board evaluations more robust and, thus, the direct...

By Karen Kane and Irene Chang Britt

May 18, 2021

Listen Up: Indian Companies Add Women to Boards

The latest episode of NACD’s Future Fluency podcast focuses on board diversity—specifically...

By Ashley Marchand Orme

January 12, 2021

Dispel the Myth of ‘Fit’: Improve Diversity on Your Board

Is your board doing enough to improve diversity? This blog offers six suggestions for making demo...

By Jim DeLoach

January 8, 2021

BRC Implores Boards to Lead on Diversity, Again

Though the events of 2020 speak for themselves, here we share a letter from the 2012 BRC cochairs...

By Reaa Chadha

November 17, 2020

Greater Focus on DE&I Accelerates NACD Programming

As Virtual NACD Summit 2020 came to a close last week, it was abundantly clear that the boardR...

By Reaa Chadha