In this podcast episode, Kristen Sullivan, leader of sustainability and KPI services at Deloitte, provides practical and straightforward insights on ESG metrics and disclosures for corporate directors as well as her predictions for where the ESG conversation is headed in 2021.
In our annual New Years episode, Paula Loop joins host TK Kerstetter to make predictions for corporate boards in 2021.
No board director could have successfully predicted the magnitude of the COVID-19 crisis. However, unprecedented side effects of the pandemic have forced directors to focus on how risk management and strategic planning are evolving in a world that changes pace at the blink of an eye.
Despite the board governance silver linings and innovations that have come out of the pandemic, directors have reservations about the rate of change in the boardroom, and fear that moving to exclusively virtual meetings could result in a damaging blow to boardroom culture and effectiveness.
It is clear that whatever the new normal will look like, in many ways it will not resemble how businesses operated before the pandemic. Find out which pandemic-era governance practices and mindsets have changed forever.
At the end of a pivotal and unprecedented year, hosts Dottie Schindlinger and Meghan Day are joined again by TK Kerstetter, host of Inside America’s Boardrooms for 2020 highlights and predictions for 2021. Spoiler alert: last year’s predictions for 2020 were a bit off in one big way.
As an article by consultancy Deloitte puts it, “The key to a successful, long-term business is not only to ability to serve your market and retain customers, but also the ability to withstand the unexpected that could knock your success off-course.” You might be surprised, then, to find an article considering not just the benefits of a business continuity plan, but also the disadvantages. Are there really any disadvantages to business continuity planning?
Across the globe, organizations are seeing increased cyber threats and increasingly stringent requirements around the integrity of data. These changes accelerate debates over centralized vs distributed databases. So what are they, and which one is best for security-conscious organizations?
Whether intentional or inadvertent, the insider threat is a very real danger for management and leadership teams working virtually.
Modern governance tools and practices help financial services institutions remain alert and resilient, while still maintaining compliance with myriad regulations.
In this episode, Lopa Zielinski discusses the changing duties and skills required of today’s corporate secretaries and what organizations should be doing to stay ahead of the curve.
In this episode, Brian Stafford talks through the tensions and ultimately the benefits of stakeholder-centric business models.
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