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December 10, 2021

Broken Trust Upsets CEO Candidates, Search Consultant

Julie Garland McLellan shares her thoughts on what one chair can do to help her board recover fro...

By Julie Garland McLellan

February 26, 2021

Five Reasons Why CEO Succession Fails, and How to Get It Right

The average tenure of CEOs has plummeted. Add to that a high failure rate of leaders in new roles...

By Sarah Woods and Joe Andrews

October 1, 2020

Boards Can Protect their Companies by Better Vetting Leadership

Failure to properly vet board and C-suite appointments may pose serious risks to a company’...

By Lucy Fato and Rose Marie Glazer

June 21, 2019

From the Skies, to a River, to a Supply Chain in China: Surviving and Thriving Through Crisis

While there are personal and professional ramifications that follow a crisis, strong and steady l...

By Kimberly Simpson

May 10, 2019

The Calm Before the Storm: Five Things Every Board Should Be Doing Now

With the economy in overdrive and the bull market continuing to run, it is difficult to envision,...

By Bradley J. Bondi

April 18, 2019

New Research Spotlights CEO Succession Challenges

“Who should be the next CEO?” is a headline few boards would like to see referencing their compan...

By Barton Edgerton

September 11, 2018

Compensation Strategies for Succession Planning

The stock market’s response to PepsiCo’s recent announcement that long-time CEO Indra Nooyi would...

By David Swinford

October 6, 2016

Former CEOs Advise on Successful CEO Transitions

The succession work boards oversee is more complex than it once was. Oversight of the internal ta...

By Patrick R. Dailey

April 18, 2016

Spook or Stoke: Communications for Leadership Transitions

CEO succession planning is one of a board’s most important responsibilities. However, many compan...

By Lisa McGann

December 15, 2015

The ‘Why’ and ‘How’ of Driving Innovation Through Corporate Governance

The most compelling obligation of a board is to create shareholder value. The most enduring way t...

By Thomas Furst