The Chartered Governance Institute calls for firms to disclose more data on board performance reviews, including conflicts of interest.
With boards facing increasingly complex issues such as technology disruption and climate change, it is vital that board performance evaluations keep pace.
Chief investment officer at Aviva Investors calls on institutional shareholders to hold leadership teams to account, and for boards to “defend themselves” against private equity acquisitions.
Strategic intent is not enough, warns a new white paper on board diversity. Organisations need a practical roadmap to help build better boards.
A spotlight has shone on showbusiness since the beginning of the #metoo campaign, but how can women feel empowered and make a difference in boardrooms?
While executive pay may be perceived by many to be about scale, new research finds that less may well be more; indeed, the best-performing companies have been found to pay their CEOs relatively less than others.
Private equity boards are often viewed as high-performing teams, but Kieran Moynihan, chairman of Board Excellence, explores whether PLC boardrooms could do just as well.
The concept of good governance should be taken a step further, to one of good board self-governance—especially if companies are to navigate difficult, disruptive times.
Companies with greater board risk oversight involvement achieve better operating performance, says Thomas Keusch.
Growing stakeholder pressure prompts changes in director recruitment, evaluation, and education, says Susan Stautberg of the WomenCorporateDirectors Foundation.