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Tasked with creating a leadership team that will give a company a razor sharp competitive edge, nominating and governance chairmen are facing heightened levels of public scrutiny. Bonnie Gwin, vice chairman of Heidrick & Struggles, and Thomas Bakewell, board and CEO counsel at Thomas Bakewell Consulting, discuss how directors in this role can find the right mix of talent and avoid unwanted attention.
Is your board taking the necessary precautions to mitigate emerging risks from cybersecurity to global currency risk? Dennis T. Whalen, partner in charge and executive director of KPMG’s audit committee institute, and Douglas L. Maine, limited partner at Brown Brothers Harriman & Co., suggest tools and practices directors can use to navigate today’s volatile business environment.
What star qualities do you need to look for when selecting a director to chair the nominating/governance committee? Bonnie Gwin, vice chairman of Heidrick & Struggles, and Thomas Bakewell, board and CEO counsel at Thomas Bakewell Consulting, share ideas.
Dennis T. Whalen, partner in charge and executive director of KPMG’s audit committee institute, and DJ Peterson, president of Longview Global Advisors, advise on how boards can navigate the pitfalls of operating in foreign markets.
Although total shareholder return (TSR) remains a popular means to measure long-term performance, there are also some considerable drawbacks in using this tool. Peter Lupo, managing partner at Pearl Meyer & Partners, and Robert E. Klatell, chairman of TTM Technologies, weigh the pros and cons of TSR.
How can private company boards create a culture that supports the kind of innovation that promotes growth and longevity for the company? In this edition of BoardVision, Christopher Y. Clark, publisher of NACD Directorship magazine, talks with Sal Melilli, leader, Private Markets Group, Metro New York for KPMG, and Michael Marquardt, CEO of Global Kompass Strategies Inc., about tools management and the board can use to best align their company with the marketplace.
In this edition of BoardVision, Eliot A. Fuhr, senior managing director and head of the Office of the CFO at FTI Consulting, talks with Christopher Y. Clark, publisher of NACD Directorship magazine, about the common missteps of audit committees inundated with information and how these committees can anticipate and address the problems they are likely to face in the near future.
High-growth companies will undoubtedly face hurdles as they try to keep pace with increased demand for their goods or services. In this edition of NACD BoardVision, strategies for how high-growth companies can proactively address these obstacles is the subject of a conversation between two experts from FTI Consulting—Elliot A. Fuhr, senior managing director and practice leader for the Office of the CFO group, and Ryan Toohey, managing director of Strategic Communications—and Christopher Y. Clark, publisher of NACD Directorship magazine.
The results of an FTI survey on shareholder activism are discussed by Steven Balet, managing director in the Strategic Communications division at FTI Consulting, and Christopher Y. Clark, publisher of NACD Directorship magazine, who offer insight into the phenomenon of activist investors penetrating the boardroom and pushing for agendas that might alter a company’s strategy.
Cybersecurity is more than a technological issue—it’s a business issue. In this edition of BoardVision, Mary Ann Cloyd, leader of PwC’s Center for Board Governance, and Suzanne M. Vautrinot, director of Symantec, Ecolab, and Parsons Corp., compare notes on how boards can effectively execute cyber-risk oversight in a dialogue moderated by Judy Warner, Editor-in-Chief of NACD Directorship magazine.
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