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November 12, 2019

Is Your Board’s Relationship with Management Built to Withstand a Crisis?

The board-management relationship can crack in times of crisis. Here are ways your board can prep...

By Friso van der Oord

July 9, 2019

NACD Advisory Council Discusses the Board’s Role in Crisis Preparation

While each crisis is unique, your board should consider preparing for response by adopting these ...

By Leah Rozin

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

March 14, 2019

Directors Discuss How to Build Cyber-Risk Resilience

“What’s the board’s role in a data breach?” This was a question posed by one of the director atte...

By Jesse Rhodes

October 16, 2018

Leading Minds Discuss Crisis Response, Culture

The board’s role in crisis management—and the board’s role in culture oversight as it pertains to...

By Jesse Rhodes

February 1, 2018

Seven Steps to Minimize Fallout from Crisis Situations

At some point, your organization is likely to encounter a crisis situation. As CEO of a cybersecu...

By Corey E. Thomas

October 9, 2017

Emerging Governance Lessons from Equifax

It’s way too early to make any judgments on board conduct in the Equifax controversy. That’ll be ...

By Michael W. Peregrine

May 16, 2017

The Board’s Role in a Crisis: Ready or Not?

If power and cellular phone service to your plant were inoperable because of a devastating hurric...

By Kimberly Simpson

February 9, 2017

Responding to a Cybersecurity Breach: Crisis Communications Considerations

While technical defenses might help stave off some attempted hacks, sooner or later a company wil...

By Bruno J. Navarro

January 18, 2017

When Trump Comes Tweeting: A New Playbook for Boards

What would you recommend if you were on the board of Ford Motor Co., Boeing Co., or Lockheed Mart...

By Richard Levick