Thought Leadership Series
Conversations with directors, business leaders, and governance luminaries to explore the emerging issues and pressing challenges facing boards today.
Highlights from KPMG’s Board Leadership Conference, including the economic and geopolitical outlook, climate risk, the board-CEO relationship, corporate purpose, artificial intelligence, fintech, cybersecurity, oversight of human capital management, and more.
Seven items for nom/gov committees to keep in mind as they consider and carry out their 2020 agendas.
Seven items for boards to consider as they focus their 2019 agendas on the critical challenges at hand and on the road ahead.
Expectations for greater transparency about the board’s efforts to continually raise its game and help position the company for the future are putting the nom/gov committee squarely in the spotlight. Here are six items for nom/gov committees to consider as they focus their 2019 agendas.
It’s clear that, as the business and risk environment becomes more complex, the board’s ability to prioritize and devote enough time to substantive issues becomes more challenging
Effective evaluations provide a pathway for boards, committees, and individual directors to objectively assess their strengths and weaknesses and implement plans for continuous improvement.
Without a regulator or stock exchange to impose oversight guidelines, private companies often “write their own rules” when it comes to governance.
The Report of the NACD Blue Ribbon Commission on Building the Strategic-Asset Board lays out a roadmap that directors of any organization can use to develop a continuous-improvement plan to keep their board’s skill sets and processes in tune with the organization’s current and future needs.
Given their oversight roles, how can boards and audit committees help ensure that the company is getting the appropriate insights from data and analytics while taking the necessary precautions to protect the company, its employees, customers, and others?
Directors and business leaders discuss how they approach board composition, the potential “blind spots” boards may need to address, and how they consider other factors to build strong boards.
This guide is intended to be a practical, user-friendly reference for both new and seasoned audit committee members, and for the management and audit teams that work with the audit committee.
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