While being Machiavellian is generally seen as a negative characteristic, a study shows that it can offer important advantages for leaders.
Boards should use this post-pandemic period to reflect and reinvent themselves and their working practices.
The company has destroyed the trust of passengers and employees, and demonstrated the consequences of making decisions based only on cost.
A board’s highly sophisticated procedure for making risk decisions can often be undermined by a failure to identify risk in the first place.
Swiss research reveals Anglo-Saxon boards and CEOs are more likely to increase debt, reduce dividend payments and embark on M&As.
Study concludes investors are better placed to correct the behaviour and decision-making of boards than rafts of new ESG regulation.
Behind every apparently calm surface lies a mass of board member interests, beliefs and emotions. How these conflicts can be managed?
Researchers say that the use of artificial intelligence on boards “is possible with minor reconsiderations to the current legislation”.
Empire-building CEOs prepare more informative reports on investment projects when faced with unfriendly boards, research reveals.
Our industries are set to be revolutionised by AI. It can help boards to make intelligent decisions which drive profit and growth.