Board members will have to find a way to better align CEO pay with performance or they may find their re-election contested.
Teri McClure, an African American who serves on four corporate boards, reacts to Wells Fargo CEO Charlie Scharf's recent gaffe and shares her views on recruiting and retaining diverse talent.
BDO spoke to 280 directors about managing a work force during the crisis. A summary of their advice.
Public company CEOs are on notice: Boards may need to reevaluate compensation models to be sure they don’t unfairly enrich executives.
If the court finds that companies can face significant financial damages for making unfounded claims about human capital management decisions, it will heighten boards' level of accountability.
Shareholders will have to decide if the board chair deserves ouster for poor governance practices—or a vote of confidence for guiding the company to outsized share price appreciation.
As a recent webcast made clear, determining actionable strategies that key stakeholders believe make most companies successful is proving difficult.
Some might interpret the move as a statement that white directors resigning is the only way to bring diversity to the board. That’s not what this is about.