What Boards Should Have Learned In 2015
December 23, 2015Paula Loop, Leader of PwC’s Center for Board Governance & Investor Resource Institute, joins TK Kerstetter, host of “Inside America’s Boardrooms,” for a special holiday show to discuss… What Boards Should Have Learned In 2015.
Board Governance Best Practices | Episode SummaryAt a time of the year when everyone celebrates the holidays, Paula Loop, Leader of PwC’s Center for Board Governance & Investor Resource Institute, and host TK Kerstetter reflect back on boardroom issues of 2015. The two offer their best observations on what boards should have learned from some of this year’s corporate governance events. It’s no surprise that cyber risk, activism, and shareholder engagement end up on their year-end lists, but see if you agree with these governance experts as they select the top “appropriate lessons learned” for boards in 2015. The filming of this episode of Inside America’s Boardrooms was made possible by our knowledge partners. Don’t miss our Knowledge Partner Resources.
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