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May 24, 2022

Governing to Make ESG Disclosures Fun and Profitable

Board directors are more likely to derive more personal satisfaction; earn stronger marks from as...

By Nir Kossovsky and Denise Williamee

May 11, 2022

Purpose, Mission, and the Soul of Your Company’s Brand: Seasoned Marketers Needed as Board Members

Many board members have backgrounds in finance, accounting, or law. What is often lacking is mark...

By Paula Zirinsky

March 16, 2022

New Collars, Hivemind Investors, and Other Stakeholders Have Changed the Business Landscape: What Boards Should Know

Ana Kreacic and Lucia Uribe discuss eight consumer and employee personas that have emerged after ...

By Ana Kreacic and Lucia Uribe

February 18, 2022

How to Make Your 2022 Climate Resolutions Stick

Veena Ramani looks at what directors can do to help management evolve their strategic plans and m...

By Veena Ramani

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 2, 2019

Gender Diversity on Boards Passes a Milestone

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


By Lucy Fato and Rose Marie Glazer

March 6, 2018

Dynamic Governance: Rethinking the Purpose of the Corporation

In his classic treatise on the Wealth of Nations, Adam Smith noted a discrepancy between the inte...

By Edward Waitzer

July 25, 2016

Turning ‘Commonsense’ Governance Into Common Practice

The most powerful names in U.S. business have published guidance on Commonsense Principles of Cor...

By Friso van der Oord

February 10, 2016

What Boards Should Know About the Paris Agreement

The twenty-first session of the Conference of Parties (COP) convened in Paris Nov. 30-Dec. 11 las...

By Mike Wallace & Barb Brown

February 1, 2016

Uncle Sam as Shareholder and Regulator

The regulatory burden on U.S. public companies continues to increase and the government’s role ha...

By Katie Swafford