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January 20, 2022

Global Risks in 2022: Refresh Resilience Thinking to Navigate the Uncertainties Ahead

As the new year begins it is important to think about how to refresh resilience thinking in order...

By Richard Smith-Bingham

January 12, 2022

Does Your Company Really Have a ‘Speak-Up’ Culture?

Eighty-two percent of directors said in an NACD survey that their companies have “a strong ...

By Jude A. Curtis

January 11, 2022

The Top Risks for 2022: A Global Perspective

Protiviti’s latest global survey reveals that COVID-19, people and culture issues, the econ...

By Jim DeLoach

January 7, 2022

Boards Need to Prioritize Oversight of Mission-Critical and Cyber Risks

NACD with PwC, Sidley Austin, and the Center for Audit Quality met with Fortune 500 risk and audi...

By NACD Editors

January 5, 2022

How Good Is Your Board at Focusing on the Future?

In 2021, the Aarhus University Department of Management and Copenhagen Institute for Futures Stud...

By Adam Gordon

January 4, 2022

How Boards Can Best Oversee the Links Between Strategy, Reputation, and Stakeholder Value

Author Elliot Schreiber’s recommendation for better strategy, reputation, and risk oversigh...

By Elliot Schreiber

December 16, 2021

2021 Turbulence Connects Credit Ratings With Cyber Ratings and Insurance

Companies—as well as credit and cyber ratings agencies—will increasingly adopt cyber-risk quantif...

By Jack Freund

December 7, 2021

Can Directors Be Held Liable for a Failure to Oversee Climate Risks?

As some courts seem increasingly willing to let Caremark cases progress, the possibility of a cli...

By Melissa Paschall

December 1, 2021

The Buffett Newspaper Test: What It Means and Why It’s Important

Jim DeLoach argues that incorporating Warren Buffet’s “newspaper test” into dec...

By Jim DeLoach

November 11, 2021

Moving From ‘Doom Management’ to Effective Risk Management

Most organizations separate the consideration of what could go wrong—calling it “risk manag...

By Norman Marks