Table of Contents
Raymond V. Gilmartin explores the origins of innovation—what is disrupted and why.
by Raymond V. Gilmartin
Leading compensation consultants weigh in on vexing pay program questions.
by NACD Editors
NACD CEO Kenneth Daly reflects on the principal of business judgment amid disruptive innovation.
by Kenneth Daly
Editor in chief Judy Warner underlines the key to weathering disruption: reason.
by Judy Warner
The Director’s Chair
To protect themselves and the businesses they oversee, the way businesses govern their technology practice absolutely must change.
by Gerald M. Czarnecki
Turnover and independent leadership are among the key characteristics of nonprofit boards.
by Ted Sikora
A quiet governance battle is afoot in Washington concerning the oversight of fiduciary responsibility.
by Alexandra R. Lajoux
The Delaware Court of Chancery again upheld the board-centric approach to corporate law, referred to as “director-primacy,” in July.
by Francis G.X. Pileggi
NACD Board Leadership Fellow
An interview with Board Leadership Fellow Jeannine Strandjord, a proven Chief Integration Officer, strategist, and boardroom leader.
by Jesse Rhodes
Glenn W. Welling and Robin A. Ferracone exchange ideas and debate the finer points of executive pay.
by Judy Warner
What newly minted CEOs need to know to ensure continued success.
by Thomas A. Cole
On June 23, the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD) and KPMG’s Private Markets Group, hosted a roundtable event where more than 20 leading governance professionals and directors discussed the current, robust M&A environment.
by Mary Farrell
Consider these five reasons small, public companies should consider hiring in-house counsel.
by Adam J. Epstein
Author Robert Tercek explored the necessary steps for surviving digital disruption in Vaporized: Solid Strategies for Success in a Dematerialized World.
by Liz Jarvis
Private Company Insights
Salvatore Melilli discusses the effects of the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act on small companies three years after it was signed into law with Kate Mitchell, co-founder and partner of Scale Venture Partners.
by Salvatore Melilli
A few conversation starters to leave you with a smile. THIS MONTH: decentralizing traditional corporate leadership structure, small changes to a comfy old favorite, and bandwidth takes on Broadway.
by Jesse Rhodes
Audit Committee Roundup
In an environment where the use of non-GAAP financial measures it is critical that the committee has a robust dialogue with management about the process by which management develops non-GAAP financial measures, and their correlation to the actual state of the business and results.
by Dennis T. Whalen
Internal audit is in a position to successfully examine and monitor corporate culture, but only if it can develop skills that combine subjective and objective measures.
by Richard Chambers
What is the process boards should follow to ensure that they create the right board team? Here are a few directions for boards deciding on where they want to take the company next.
by Phyllis Deiso
Cybersecurity is a challenge with high stakes for organizations of all types and sizes. Here's how boards can look at dividing cybersecurity oversight responsibilities.
by Raj Chaudhary
December 2010/January 2011
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