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July 30, 2020

Has COVID-19 Made It Essential to Have a Crisis Executive on the Board?

Crisis experience and the following characteristics may be just what boards need once the dust se...

By Warren R. Phillips and Daniel P. Walsh

July 1, 2020

Is Your Board Digitally Savvy?

As global markets continue to address the COVID-19 pandemic, practical digital know-how is becomi...

By Jim DeLoach

May 20, 2020

The Healthy Departure: Considerations for Effective Off-Boarding

To change the dynamic around the off-boarding process and support directors who choose to step do...

By Leah Rozin

October 17, 2019

Is Collegiality Clouding Your Boardroom?

Once a mark of serene operations, collegiality may now indicate the need to shake things up in th...

By Paula Loop

October 16, 2019

One Goal, Different Paths to a Diverse Board

The faster boards work toward strategically diversifying, the more effective they will be to all ...

By Bonnie W. Gwin

October 2, 2019

Gender Diversity on Boards Passes a Milestone

While progress has been made, the focus on gender diversity is not going away.

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By Lucy Fato and Rose Marie Glazer

September 4, 2019

Five Principles for Oversight of Digital Transformation

What should the road forward look like for directors overseeing digital transformation? A new rep...

By Leslie Chacko, Stessy Mezeu, and Friso van der Oord

August 27, 2019

Realizing the Value of Generational Diversity on Boards

If your board is seeking generational diversity, preparing to be inclusive will speed up the appo...

By Deborah DeHaas

August 7, 2019

Military Community: A Fit Force for the Boardroom and Beyond

Veterans make fantastic board members, and their families make excellent employees. USAA Chair Le...

By Lester Lyles

June 20, 2019

Looking Forward: Succession Planning Key to Accelerating Board Diversity

The slow pace of progress toward increasing the representation of women and minorities on public ...

By Deborah DeHaas