Investors prefer performance-based incentives and are skeptical of time-based awards for executives.
Boards must be prepared to take a more comprehensive and strategic approach to sustainability.
Both “Big R” and “Little R” restatements are affected by the Dodd-Frank holdover regulation.
Amid today’s heightened competition for directors, it’s essential to create a comprehensive plan for paying them.
Technology, sustainability and talent are among the topics forcing committees to change how they do business.
Directors should be able to identify the signs that a company would benefit from advanced digital processes.
Finding the new top executive can’t be all about culture fit.
Boards must become more digitally savvy to help guide companies through transformations.
Ten actions the board can take now!
An efficient board must set the tone for a company’s cybersecurity prioritization.
Activists are launching more campaigns, and they are finding more success.
Meanwhile, the best home for ESG oversight is still up for debate.
Dual-class shares make companies unaccountable to shareholders, markets and courts.
Buybacks can be a boon for shareholders, but a detriment to employees.
A business’s departure from an international market requires extensive board contemplation.
What is the effect of Cold War II on corporate governance?
Before speaking out on an issue, make sure it has an impact on company business.
The best boards focus on solutions and structures tailored to their companies, ignoring cookie-cutter “gold standards.”
Shareholder and stakeholder interests should be one and the same.
Q3 2022 Audio
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|Should Dual-Class Share Structures Be Eliminated?||/sites/default/files/2022-10/DualClass.mp3||10:54||nid=33763=nid|
|Defying Critics and Curbs, Buybacks Persist: Should Executives Benefit From Them?||/sites/default/files/2022-10/Buybacks.mp3||20:26||nid=33762=nid|
|Five Key Points on the New 1% Buyback Tax||/sites/default/files/2022-10/KeyPoints.mp3||01:18||nid=33761=nid|
|Your Company Exited Russia: Will China Be Next?||/sites/default/files/2022-10/China%20%281%29.mp3||14:39||nid=33760=nid|
|How Global Upheaval Influences Board Decision-Making||/sites/default/files/2022-10/GlobalUpheaval.mp3||05:41||nid=33759=nid|
|Guidelines for Taking a Stand on Social Issues||/sites/default/files/2022-10/Guidelines_0.mp3||03:10||nid=33758=nid|
|The Illusion of Corporate Governance “Best Practices”||/sites/default/files/2022-10/CorpGovBestPractices.mp3||10:02||nid=33757=nid|
|Should ESG Be Renamed?||/sites/default/files/2022-10/RenameESG.mp3||09:37||nid=33756=nid|
|Boards Must Help Fix a Flawed Health Care System||/sites/default/files/2022-10/HealthCare.mp3||11:40||nid=33755=nid|
|Should Boards Eliminate Corporate Officer Liability for Fiduciary Duty Breaches?||/sites/default/files/2022-10/DutyBreaches.mp3||06:09||nid=33754=nid|
|Final Two Dodd-Frank Provisions Could Hinder Boards’ Discretion||/sites/default/files/2022-10/DoddFrank%20%281%29.mp3||06:47||nid=33753=nid|
|What Directors Are Thinking||/sites/default/files/2022-10/WDATDorlisaFlur.mp3||03:00||nid=33752=nid|
|My Board Journey||/sites/default/files/2022-10/BoardJourneyCole.mp3||05:05||nid=33751=nid|
|Business Ethics: What Everyone Needs to Know||/sites/default/files/2022-10/BusinessEthics_0.mp3||04:00||nid=33749=nid|
|Strategy, First and Foremost||/sites/default/files/2022-10/Strategy.mp3||04:08||nid=33748=nid|
|Abortion and the Board||/sites/default/files/2022-10/Abortion.mp3||04:52||nid=33747=nid|
|All Corporate Boards Should Have Director Term Limits||/sites/default/files/2022-10/TermLimits.mp3||05:22||nid=33746=nid|