In Part 5 of our Board Evaluations Blog Series, we discuss the factors to consider when selecting an internal or external facilitator.
In Part 4 of our Board Evaluations Blog Series, we discuss why a multi-year roadmap allows boards to get the most out of their assessment process and limits ‘evaluation fatigue’.
In Part 2 of our Board Evaluations Blog Series, we examine the obstacles in today’s boardrooms. Why aren’t boards reaping the intended benefits?
In Part 1 of our Board Evaluations Blog Series, we discuss the role of board evaluations in today’s boardrooms and why investors are devoting special attention.
David Larcker, Senior Faculty at Stanford University’s Rock Center for Corporate Governance, joins host TK Kerstetter to discuss what Recent Research Reveals About Board Evaluations & Composition.
As part of Nasdaq’s #BoardroomTrivia series, our own TK Kerstetter will appear on a short video segment filmed live from the Nasdaq MarketSite (June 5th, 12:15 ET).
Equilar, a leading provider of board intelligence solutions, will host a complimentary webinar (February 9) on board composition and succession. We outline the context for this important topic and share registration details.
For the latest edition of Equilar’s C-Suite Magazine, our own TK Kerstetter takes an aerial look at the top board governance issues for this year. What will be on the 2017 board agenda?
Angela Brock-Kyle, Board Member with Infinity Property & Casualty Corporation, joins host TK Kerstetter to discuss… Why Board Evaluations Must Be a Primary Focus in 2017.
More than anything else, major investors and proxy advisors are concerned about board composition. We peel back the layers of the composition challenge in 2017 and suggest ways for boards to answer the call.
What to get those “hard-to-shop-for” investors, proxy advisors, and activists.
We analyze the results of PwC’s annual survey to identify trends and draw practicable insights for corporate board members.
We discuss the highlights of PwC’s Annual Corporate Directors Survey. What trends are we seeing in board governance?