Amid the talking robots, virtual-reality rides and an expected 170,000 attendees at CES in Las Vegas this week will be a group of 40 board members on a guided tour to determine the implications of new technology for corporate governance.
January 8, 2018
Effective pay-for-performance can be demonstrated, but only if the concept of pay is viewed through the right lens.
January 5, 2018
The growth in use of increasingly complex algorithms should spark a conversation in the boardroom about the risks involved with them.
Nonprofit organizations and associations play a critical role in society. A survey of their board members identifies a number of strengthsand one glaring weakness.
The full board should retain responsibility for risk oversight consistent with its responsibility for strategy.
As an increasing number of firms are driven by knowledge- based assets and are more frequently funded through private investors, accounting choices are expected to impact a company's success.
A Delaware Court of Chancery decision addressed how the court will review claims for the breach of duty of loyalty.
Despite the challenges of governing small-cap companies, its remarkable that most still dont have formal or even informal onboarding procedures.
AESCs Leaders on Leaders podcast explores top trends impacting global leadership. Karen Greenbaum, AESC President and CEO, speaks with leaders from the worlds top executive search and leadership advisory firms.
January 5, 2018
Everyone is aware of the serious situation facing many of the nations large public pension funds. Some of the problems are of their own making bad decisions based on bad assumptions exacerbated by bad management and enabled by bad politics. But according to a new report issued just recently by the ...
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