What would you do if your company was targeted by short-selling activist investors? Communication is vital to prevent reputational damage.
Identifying and categorising crises, and developing a methodology to deal with them, can help boards to prepare for worst case scenarios.
CEOs embrace podcasts; Blanc hits back over sexism; ESG proposals need ‘new momentum’; good looks? check the books; CEO pay defies crises.
You must resist telling investors to stop interfering, however tempting—your board does not want to gain a reputation for hostility.
Study finds that sentiments expressed in press statements by a target firm can be a good indicator of how well a takeover bid will go.
Companies are navigating one of the most unpredictable periods in modern history. Strategic change at these times is a challenging endeavour.
The FRC has been considering what cutting-edge corporate reporting looks like—and it involves virtual and augmented reality.
Wicked problems involve complex dynamics and are seemingly impossible to solve effectively. They require new leadership approaches.
A recent event hosted by Mazars brought together audit committee chairs and investors to explore their experience of coping with the impact of Covid-19.
Companies are increasingly willing to take a stand on social and political issues. But experts warn that words must be backed up by policies.