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January 6, 2022

Boards Need to Think Differently and Be More Intentional About Board Diversity

NACD teamed up with Heidrick & Struggles and Sidley Austin to host Fortune 500 nominating an...

By NACD Editors

December 14, 2021

Governance Leaders Discuss Diversity, Innovation as They Look to 2022

The latest NACD Leading Minds of Governance panel talked director recruitment, diversity, ESG, in...

By Maeve Eells

October 26, 2021

How Gender Diversity May Impact These Four Boardroom Discussions

Looking at data from PwC’s 2021 Annual Corporate Directors Survey, the gender of board memb...

By Maria C. Moats

October 15, 2021

Strine Gives Summit Audience a Tour of Governance Hot Spots

While topics from the board’s role in stakeholder engagement to diversity, equity, and incl...

By Andrew Lepczyk

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