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May 4, 2021

Why the Board Should Care About Quantum Computing—and What It Can Do Now

While it may sound like science fiction, both the opportunities and threats posed by quantum capa...

By Jim DeLoach

May 30, 2019

Cybersecurity Must Be Considered a Tier-1 Business Risk

“Cybersecurity risks pose grave threats to our investors, our capital markets, and our country.” ...

By Dustin Owens

January 29, 2019

Being Attuned to Forces of Change Is Vital For Corporate Performance

We are living through a period of immense upheaval—economic, geopolitical, technological, societa...

By Richard Smith-Bingham

August 2, 2018

Oversight of Workplace Dynamics: The Impact of Technology

This second installment in a series about the future of the workforce discusses how digital labor...

By Jim DeLoach

July 27, 2018

Looming Risks Are Driving the Need for Resilience

Linton Wells’ second installment in a series about disruptive risks ties technology and soc...

By Linton Wells II

July 19, 2018

Twin Trends of Aging and Automation: Risks to Anticipate

The confluence of two unprecedented trends are beginning to impact organizations: aging workers, ...

By Patty Sung

May 22, 2018

Basic Income: A Bold Solution to a Big Problem

While most corporate directors in the United States are focusing on the social and business impac...

By Peet van Biljon

March 23, 2018

Why Your Board Needs to Prioritize Its Discussion of Technology Disruption

Our mission at the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD) includes continuous learnin...

By Katie Swafford

September 26, 2017

Understanding the Past, Present, and Future of the Digital Revolution

Directors and executives could be forgiven for feeling like digital transformation has materializ...

By Ryan McManus

August 11, 2016

Crickets, Divorce, Silicon Valley, and the Future of Governance

One of my favorite comments from an attendee at last year’s Global Board Leaders’ Summit went som...

By Erin Essenmacher