Vol. 36 Nbr. 4, June 2012
- You sit where you stand.
- A vintage year.
- 'We have reached a critical moment': there has never been a time in the history of corporate governance when boards have needed to be more deeply educated about and engaged in the work and strategies of their companies.
- The year in governance: and what a year it was. While the S&P 500 index finished the year unchanged, the same cannot be said of the year in corporate governance. A 2011 month-by-month timeline of the key markers in the ever-demanding and continually evolving practice of board leadership.
- Directors & Boards 2012 top corporate governance law firms.
- Adding digital expertise at the board level: enter the Digital Director--here is the kind of leader who may be right for your board and how you can attract that expert.
- Who's on board 2011: the Directors Roster annual review of newly elected board members.
- Governance Book of the Year: This is a board in high-performance mode.
- Directors to watch 2012: the drive to build true diversity--of experience, strengths, interests, skills, talents--beyond considerations of gender, race, national origin and other markers of difference, continues to set apart those boards and those corporations who truly embrace the benefits of a broad-ranging vision for the future.
- Make the board a mosaic of talent.
- What we heard from directors.
- You can't know it all: why directors have such difficulty understanding their companies.