Vol. 43 Nbr. 5, September 2019
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- Sense of Purpose.
- Pickens Carried Friedman's Torch.
- A Comp Committee by Any Other Name ...
- CEO Turnover Higher than Ever.
- Disclosure of Auditor Fees is on the Rise.
- What directors are thinking.
- #CorpGov: What's Trending.
- Long-Term Bias and Overconfident CEOs: What directors should know about keeping the top dog's cockiness in check.
- Making Sense of SEC's Proposed Human Capital Disclosures.
- Report: Director Assessments Are Lacking. Here's how boards can improve their own performance while promoting refreshment.
- The CHARACTER of the Corporation: A Directors & Boards Magazine Governance Forum November 20-21, 2019 The Metropolitan Club, New York, NY.
- The PURPOSE DEBATE: Where corporate America has been, and where it needs to go.
- Back to the '80s: Business Roundtable's 'Purpose' Statement Redux.
- Three Problems With the Stakeholder Theory: Business Roundtable's misguided decision to put shareholders last: An unpleasant deja vu.
- Social Good Uprooted: How America's corporation's lost their public purpose.
- Former Vanguard CEO Weighs in on 'Purpose' & ESG: Bill McNabb says a focus on the greater good leads to long-term value.
- Western Union's First ESG Report: CEO Hikmet Ersek rides the 'purpose' train, supported by the board.
- Employee as Director.
- A-Culture of Inclusion: The Board's Role in Fostering Companywide Diversity.
- Solving the Board-Diversity Imperative: Time for boards to break down their own barriers.
- Indemnification Holes After a Company is Sold: Can a buyer cancel insurance, or amend bylaws after a sale?
- Crisis Management: Making it safe for people to do the right thing.
- Compensation Impacts Culture: Time to take stock of executive pay and perks programs.
- How Do I Know If I am the 'Bad Character' on the Board? How directors can determine if they are serving--or hindering--a board.
- DIRECTORS ROSTER: A quarterly record of new director appointments.
- MY BOARD JOURNEY.
- Human Capitalism: When the going gets tough, how important will those stakeholders really be?