When a board faces issues that require specialized expertise, or when it isn’t practical to explore a question with the full board, directors may charter a committee for that purpose. By leveraging the skills of board members and external experts, boards can decentralize, specialize and divide work into manageable sections to achieve targeted results.
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The best board meeting technology streamlines board functions on a secure, integrated platform that’s easy for the board to use. As organizations create their strategic plans for the upcoming year, a careful evaluation of board technology options is an investment in efficiency, agility and risk mitigation.
In Part 3 of our series on systemic racism, Rose McKinney-James and John W. Rogers Jr. discuss the poor representation of African American/Black professionals in the boardroom and C-Suite—and what board members can do to make a positive impact.
In part 2 of our series on systemic racism, Esther Aguilera and Roel Campos discuss challenges for Latino/Hispanic professionals amid a broader landscape of systemic racism.
In this first in a four-part series, Priya Cherian Huskins and Doug Chia frame how systemic racism manifests across the boardroom and business landscape and how corporate directors can prioritize diversity and inclusion.
In this episode, Don Kalfen outlines the likely changes to the proposed Dodd-Frank compensation rules and touches on the implications for boards and compensation committees.