In this episode of Looking Ahead with Blair Jones, Managing Director at Semler Brossy Consulting Group LLC, and Judy Zagorski, EVP of Global Human Resources at Church & Dwight Co., Inc, we focus on key issues specific to succession planning, its intersection with compensation, who should be involved in the process, and more.
Looking Ahead Video Series
DirectorCorps and Nasdaq have teamed up to create a boardroom leadership program that surfaces key industry and cross industry strategy issues for executive teams and their boards. Focusing on peer to peer insight and professional expertise. Each episode focuses on decisions that are discussed in the boardroom. Hosted by our CEO, Al Dominick, these videos and podcasts are filmed and recorded at the Nasdaq Marketsite and offer both industry trends and real life examples of corporate leadership.
With outside oversight increasing on director and executive pay, there’s more pressure on the compensation committee. Martin Kamarck, Director at Granite Point Mortgage Trust Inc. and Rami Glatt, a Principal at Semler Brossy Consulting Group, LLC talk about how to manage the process and avoid a backlash.
In this episode of Looking Ahead, Al Dominick is joined by Lindsey Androski, Vice President & Head of Strategic Partnering at Roivant Sciences. They discuss why and how companies focus on the value, and not the volume, of information when adopting a data-driven approach to decision making.
Earlier this year, automotive giant Volkswagen found itself facing a regulatory investigation for the results of their diesel-emissions tests. For some, the ensuing negative headlines would have broken the company. Not so for VW, which has embraced the opportunity to learn from the experience, protect shareholder value and position itself for even better days. Recorded at DirectorCorps’ Avoiding the Corporate Crisis Conference on December 3, 2019 at the Nasdaq MarketSite in NYC.
In this video, corporate leaders discuss how M&A will play a vital role in 2020 as technologies change and competition revs up.