Cyber security. Compliance. Geopolitical volatility. Supply chain disruption. Leading boards continue to calibrate their oversight of current and emerging risks—from improving information quality to reinforcing the right culture.
Drawing on insights from our work and interactions with directors and business leaders over the past 12 months, we’ve highlighted six items for boards consider in their 2018 agendas—on the critical challenges at-hand and on the road ahead.
For young and growing companies, particularly those backed by venture capital funds, board building is often more informal and less strategic. Yet a long-term approach to building a strong board as the company grows can make a difference.
Quorum, Out Leadership’s initiative to increase LGBT+ representation on corporate boards, has created Board Diversity Guidelines with recommendations for companies on how to amend their corporate governance language
As head of the world’s largest asset manager, Fink made clear BlackRock’s expectation for a new model of shareholder engagement, “that strengthens and deepens communication between shareholders and the companies that they own.”