Companies have embraced diversity as a way to enhance dialogue, broaden thinking, better represent customer perspectives and drive innovation.
In August, the Business Roundtable redefined the purpose of the corporation to include a commitment to all stakeholders, not just shareholders. Will companies start paying C-suite executives based on how happy the employees are? Will they get annual bonuses if the company tops the list of Consumer Reports?
Two companies in the limelight recently for awarding huge pay packages illustrate some of the problems with governance more than they illustrate problems with pay.
It can be challenging to be a CISO, or chief information security officer. Few people inside the organization understand what they do, but still place an enormous amount of pressure on them to safeguard the organization.
Welcome to the age of six-figure bonuses and remote work arrangements — for technology employees. The gap between the demand for technology skills and lack of supply is putting pressure on companies to wage raises and retrain existing workers for jobs.
A scan of recent headlines is a reminder that CEO succession is not always a well-orchestrated victory lap for the departing CEO.
Public companies face real scrutiny when it comes to how they compensate their senior teams. In this edition of Looking Ahead, Matt Stinner, Managing Director of Semler Brossy Consulting Group, and Marc Treviño, Partner at Sullivan & Cromwell, discuss elements that can contribute to a compensation crisis.
The Business Roundtable’s blockbuster statement redefining the purpose of a corporation almost reads like an apologia for capitalism.
Sustainability reporting can increase an organization’s value. But what do you report? As stakeholders look to integrate environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors into the investment process, this article helps boards and leadership teams provide proper oversight of ESG disclosure.
Women are in every realm of government, law, academics and private enterprise — but they aren’t in every boardroom. California is trying to change that, becoming the first state in the nation to require female representation on public company boards.