For directors, it’s essential to understand a company’s finances and anticipate future obstacles.
Success with sustainability requires directors to drive bold action in a decisive fashion.
The practice will only grow as disclosure of climate-related data becomes more commonplace.
Advanced preparation and optimal board personnel are key if you want to avoid a cyber crisis.
There is now more flexibility for Delaware corporations to delegate equity award grants to management – should they use it?
The need for hiring and retaining key employees has pushed HR to the leadership forefront.
Crisis management and the ability to be strategically agile are top priorities for boards.
A survey finds CISOs can bring needed technology experience to board.
To lead change, directors must become more conversant in artificial intelligence.
Preventing cybersecurity incidents means knowing how the company manages risks and protects sensitive data.
For boards, China operations are about strategy, but also core values.
Disclosure rules and risk concerns are also on directors’ minds.
Nearly half of Fortune 500 board seats went to first-time directors in 2021.
Human resources expertise on the board aids talent retention and recruitment strategies.
Inflation, cybersecurity and SEC proposals are on the audit committee agenda.
Chief security officers must communicate cyber incidents in a straightforward, understandable fashion.
The SEC’s proposal could affect public company approaches to strategy, talent and more.
Current board understanding of the technology is woefully low.
There are benefits for shareholders, but possible complications for boards.
In a litigious environment, directors must go beyond D&O insurance for protection.