Vol. 40 Nbr. 4, June 2016
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- You Brexit ... you fix it.
- A tangible upgrade.
- What's going on that no board can ignore? Crossing the generational divide: boards must navigate one of history's great transfers of knowledge.
- What should the CEO expect from a board member today?
- Four possible futures for America@250: today there are clear danger signs that merit not only board alertness but meaningful preparation for operating in a range of macro environments--such as the four starkly contrasting yet highly conceivable visions of America in the year 2026 that we present here.
- Seven steps for making your strategy sizzle.
- Growth: value creation or value cremation?
- Board oversight of executive pay: a fresh approach: we suggest a new way forward for board decision making on executive pay tied to company performance--building from the traditional budget-based goals, but also more directly acknowledging the increasing variability in management's budgets.
- The compensation handbook.
- Private companies need boards, too.
- Spotlight on private company boards.
- New guidance on handling disruptive directors: following a Delaware Supreme Court ruling, directors who seek to exclude their colleagues from boardroom deliberation may be risking personal liability for taking such actions.
- The Year in governance.
- From the creators of transitions and the private company governance summit, a new kind of wealth management conference.
- New issues and old confront our 2016 directors to watch.
- Recruiting for a 'visionary board': how to evaluate your next board slate.
- Getting board diversity out of the doldrums.
- Who's on Board 2015: the Directors Roster annual review of newly elected board members.
- Short term vs. long term: a skeptical view ... and an alternative: the main narrative we have about business is deeply flawed.