Vol. 43 Nbr. 1, December 2018
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- The Content of America's Character.
- Lead Director = Chief Process Leader.
- Are companies dropping the reputation ball?
- CEO Trends.
- Cybersecurity & Risk.
- Independent board leadership.
- How Claudia Fan Munce prepares for board meetings.
- What directors are thinking.
- #CorpGov: What's Trending.
- Corporations May Need a Chief Artificial intelligence Officer, says AISuperpowers.
- Knowing the Unknown Disruptive Risks.
- Mandates for More Women on Boards: Why is the gender-diversity value proposition still unclear?
- The Pros & Cons of the Dual-Class Stock Structure: Two corporate governance experts battle it out.
- American Water CEO Susan Story's ESG Mission: The head of the largest publicly traded U.S. water utility, and Raymond James' lead director, is focused on environmental, social and governance issues.
- Is the CEO Disruptive Enough? Nokia chairman offers advice on guiding management to stay on top of innovation.
- Some Top Dogs Need Watchdogs: Boards increasingly pushed to establish CEO oversight procedures.
- When the CEO Has To Go: Best practices when sending a pink slip to the corner office.
- CEO Wellbeing is a Board Priority: Time to tackle work-life and job challenges of the corner office.
- Assessing the CEO's Performance: Questions directors should ask before initiating a review.
- Ethnic and Racial Diversity in the Boardroom: Its Time Has Come.
- The Business Case for Diversity and Inclusion.
- Managing Conflicts of Interest and Disclosure: Transactions, including mergers and sales, require management-stockholder interest transparency.
- Structuring Independent Board Leadership: What to consider before splitting the CEO-chairman role.
- Executive Pay Metrics Moving Beyond Just the Numbers: Non-financial metrics may become a bigger part of the incentive calculation.
- Long-Term Relationship: Full confidence between corporate boards and CEOs requires trust, candor--and lots of strategic communication.
- DIRECTORS ROSTER: A quarterly record of new director appointments.
- Gearing Up for the Future of Work in Disruptive Times: Culture and talent gaining importance on the board agenda.