There is mounting evidence that embracing a culture that is both diverse and inclusive affords employees the opportunity to be their authentic selves at work. The result is better-adjusted, more productive employees.
April 2, 2018
There are a number of ways that astute directors can usher magical thinking out of the boardroom and the C-suite.
How much progress have boards made toward becoming true strategic assets to their companies and what do the results of the 20172018 NACD Public Company Governance Survey say about the extent to which boards have responded to the commissions call for action.
The Supreme Court analyzed a provision of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act that protects whistleblowers from retaliation and an SEC regulation that expanded on that provision.
The number of smaller public companies with SOGs for directors is comparatively low, but growing fast. Small-caps should get ahead of this curve.
If your board is approached by an activist, open communication is your best strategy.
NACD Directorship editors conducted research using the BoardEx database to determine who between the ages 22-37 and 38-53 had been named to his or her first public company board seat in the last calendar year.
More than 225 directors, luminaries, and KPMG leaders gathered Jan. 810 in San Diego to discuss the issues affecting businesses and boardrooms.
Meet the youngest public company directors. Theyre well educated, digitally savvy, and purpose driven. Plus: Bank includes LGBTQ in its definition of diversity.
Editor Judy Warner on board diversity.
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