Category: Governance

Boards Are Demanding More from the C-suite

As shareholders put more pressure on public companies to perform, they’re indirectly transforming the roles played by some boards of directors. Many of today’s boards of directors are attempting to take more active and engaged interests in operations and are demanding more information from and involvement with the C-suite.

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Why Budgeting Should Be a Strategic Planning Imperative

Strategic planning is unquestionably a critical initiative for the short- and long-term success of any business, no matter the size. Companies spend hours evaluating opportunities and challenges, establishing key objectives, and developing the right tactics to meet them. And yet budgeting—the detailed allocation of the organization’s most valuable resources against those objectives—often remains an entirely separate, once-a-year event.

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7 Pointers for Making the Most of an Advisory Board

Forming an advisory board can be a great way for a privately held small or mid-sized company—or even a public company—to tap into trends the CEO doesn’t know about, to rely on proven expertise to extend the enterprise in new ways, and even to line up potential future investors, directors or employees.

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Security Is Now a Boardroom Issue

The cost of a breach is staggering on several levels. And if you thought the fines were bad, think about the damage control you’ll need to save your business, protect your brand and put customers at ease.

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