November 30, 2022

Boards must clarify whether they expect to be consulted on the company’s respon

November 29, 2022

How to use tabletop exercises to generate the right questions to ask of your cy

November 28, 2022

Recent guidance from the Department of Justice shines light on the importance o

November 23, 2022

Investors prefer performance-based incentives and are skeptical of time-based a

November 22, 2022

Boards must be prepared to take a more comprehensive and strategic approach to

November 21, 2022

Both “Big R” and “Little R” restatements are affected by the Dodd-Frank holdove

November 16, 2022

Amid today’s heightened competition for directors, it’s essential to create a c

November 11, 2022

Technology, sustainability and talent are among the topics forcing committees t

Digital Savvy Is Rising as a Key Director Trait

But boards are still short on members with a digital mindset.

AI Governance for Boards: Insights from the World Economic Forum

Agility and a multistakeholder approach are essential for success.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is advancing faster than our ability to govern it. Because AI presents unique risks, “normal” governance no longer applies, and boards will need to incorporate a different governance framework for AI. Findings from the work of The Global AI Council at the World Economic Forum (WEF) can assist board members in developing their own approach to the governance of AI.

Glenn Gow is a CEO coach, an advisor for the Stanford Technology Ventures Program and a board member of Soteria Intelligence.

Boards Poised for Change on Diversity Issues

Report addresses board makeup, diversity impediments and meeting efficiency.

Bill Hayes is managing editor of Directors & Boards

How Not to Succeed Against an Activist

ExxonMobil and Genesco highlight what doesn’t — and does — work against activist investors.

Kurt Moeller is a managing director of FTI Consulting’s activism and M&A solutions practice.

Mandatory ESG Disclosures Equal Informed Investment Decisions

Ahead of SEC decision, independent organization looks to fortify climate disclosures.

Bill Hayes is managing editor of Directors & Boards.

Institutional Investors Done with Talk on ESG, Ready for Action