Strategic thinking in the boardroom is critically important in an era of disruptive change. Boards of directors are facing complex challenges from rapid technological advances, regulatory reforms, political and economic uncertainty and globalisation and need strategies in place to both mitigate risk and grasp new opportunities.
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Board Agenda’s independent, progressive and insightful content is written by acclaimed journalists with contributions from senior board leaders, professional advisors, investors, stakeholders, academics and regulators covering the key issues facing executive leadership teams. You can expect to find articles on topics such as:
- Digital strategy – Nick Elveston and Amanda Hale from law firm Ashurst explain why every company needs one and the key questions to consider. You can read the article here.
- Scenario-planning for Brexit – Gavin Hinks, managing editor of Board Agenda, talks about the big strategic decisions facing UK corporates. You can read the article here.
- Reputation management – Maggie Pagano argues that ensuring long term success is about protecting reputation and customer trust, and that requires a change of attitude. You can read the article here.
- Board composition – Tim Copnell, associate partner at KPMG and head of the UK Audit Committee Institute poses 10 questions for building a board and argues that strategic thinking is key. Whether it is addressing a skills gap or finding people with the right background and experience, he argues that talent needs to be part of the strategy discussion. You can read the article here.
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