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September 29, 2020

Realizing the Climate Opportunity

Companies can save energy and materials costs, enhance their reputations, and better attract and ...

By Rob Bailey and Scott McDonald

September 23, 2020

US-China Rivalries Add to a New Geo-Strategic Environment

As the increasingly adversarial relationship between the United States and China generates new ri...

By Karl V. Hopkins

September 18, 2020

To Achieve Purpose, Boards Must Embrace Integrated Reporting

The board must take the lead and demand a truly integrated report that will ultimately showcase t...

By Robert G. Eccles and Helle Bank Jorgensen

September 15, 2020

The Climate Risk Oversight Deficit

Investors and regulators are paying more attention to how companies are managing climate risks—an...

By Rob Bailey and Jack Flug

September 11, 2020

Revving to Reopen: Considerations from Fortune 500 Committee Chairs

During virtual meetings with NACD and its partners, Fortune 500 committee chairs concluded that t...

By Marcel Bucsescu

September 10, 2020

Fortune 500 Committee Chairs Weigh in on Combatting Racism

Following external messages of support for antiracist causes, boards should ensure that such mess...

By Reaa Chadha

September 9, 2020

Climate Change Is an Enterprise Risk Multiplier

Climate change is amplifying many of the traditional risks that boards are most concerned about—i...

By Rob Bailey and Lucy Clarke

September 8, 2020

Five Factors to Sharpen Your Deals Strategy

Considering these deal drivers, boards can dive deep into their companies’ portfolios and deals s...

By Paula Loop and Colin Wittmer

September 2, 2020

Operational Resilience Gets a Makeover in the ‘New Normal’

The COVID-19 pandemic has proven to be an object lesson on how severe operational risk can be.

By Jim DeLoach

August 27, 2020

Emerging Technology: Friend or Foe?

Emerging technology adoption is often seen as the answer to innovate at speed and scale—but most ...

By Bob Kress