We highlight major trends from PwC’s 2017 Annual Corporate Directors Survey. Nearly 900 directors weighed in on corporate board performance and governance issues.
In Part 6 of our Board Evaluations Blog Series, we discuss the most important (and often-overlooked) step of the assessment process: taking action on results.
In his latest article for C-Suite Magazine, TK Kerstetter explores the rise of build-to-fit committees—from ‘Digital Transformation’ to ‘Sustainability’ committees.
In this episode, Michael Steib shares how boards and management should approach discussions of human capital—and how that can translate to bottom-line success.
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’.
Taking place in New York City, this one-day program will help board members hone in on the nuances of today’s critical board processes—from board composition and succession planning to shareholder engagement.
In this episode, Jennifer Dulski shares tips for driving change in the boardroom—particularly when other directors may be change-averse.
In this episode, Dr. Richard Leblanc shifts boards’ attention to “tone at the bottom.” What kind of customer interactions or cultural practices could put the company at risk?
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.
Taking place in Dallas, this one-day program will address investor and activist expectations for boards, provide tips on improving board succession, and help participants establish higher performance.
Hope Taitz, Governance Committee Chair at Diamond Resorts International, joins host TK Kerstetter to discuss… Three Skill Sets Critical to Today’s Board Committee Chairs.
Jan Babiak, Audit Committee Chair, Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc., joins host TK Kerstetter to discuss… Why Committee Chairs are Becoming the Foundation to Board Success.
This blog is Part 2 in our series on compensation committees chairs. We identify the steps necessary for a smooth transition and outline action items for key players.
This blog is Part 1 in our series on compensation committee chairs. We discuss why rotating your compensation chair too quickly could impact your committee’s effectiveness.
Darrell Freeman, Lead Director for AAC Holdings Inc., joins host TK Kerstetter to discuss… Why Lead Directors Must Establish a Culture of Transparency.
Michael Brittian, Partner with Meridian Compensation Partners joins host TK Kerstetter to outline… A Roadmap to Compensation Chair Succession & Transition.
What can corporate board members do to ensure a mutually beneficial relationship with the general counsel? This blog is Part 2 of 2.
How has the role of the general counsel evolved and what impact has it had on corporate boards? This blog is Part 1 of 2.
Ben Heineman, Jr., former SVP & General Counsel, General Electric, joins host TK Kerstetter of “Inside America’s Boardrooms” to discuss… Resolving Tensions Between the General Counsel, CEO & Board.
Phoebe Wood, Director (Leggett-Platt, Invesco, Pioneer Natural Resources, Coca-Cola Enterprises), joins host TK Kerstetter of “Inside America’s Boardrooms” to discuss… Why Today’s Compensation Committees Must Have Thick Skin.
Jim Curtiss, Chairman of Cameco Corporation’s Human Resource & Compensation Committee, joins TK Kerstetter, host of “Inside America’s Boardrooms,” to discuss… “The Challenges of Overseeing Executive & Board Compensation.”
Steve Wilson (Retired CEO, CF Industries; Board Member, Ameren & GATX Corporations), joins TK Kerstetter, host of “Inside America’s Boardrooms,” to discuss… How CEOs Manage Board Relationships & Critical Projects.
Turney Stevens, Board Member with KCAP Financial Inc. and the Director of the Hilton and Sallie Dean Institute for Corporate Governance & Integrity at Lipscomb University, joins TK Kerstetter, host of “Inside America’s Boardrooms,” to discuss… When Ethics & Performance Co-Exist.
Jim Loree (Chairman of the Audit Committee of Harsco Corporation and President & COO of Stanley Black & Decker Inc.) joins TK Kerstetter, host of “Inside America’s Boardrooms,” to discuss… The Art of Serving as a Board Committee Chair.