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    1. 10 Ways Boards Can Act on Sustainability in 2022

      10 Ways Boards Can Act on Sustainability in 2022

      We have some optimistic news to kick off 2022: Climate change is at long last on the corporate-governance agenda, according to our research. When we surveyed 301 directors of companies headquartered in 43 countries, three-quarters of our respondents said they recognize climate as very important to their companies’ strategic success...

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    2. Is Your Executive Compensation Plan Undermining Your Mission?

      Is Your Executive Compensation Plan Undermining Your Mission?


      New technologies have been disrupting business for decades, especially since the internet became widespread in the late 1990s. But a new wave of innovation, centered on artificial intelligence, big data analytics, and the internet of things, is now intensifying the pace and magnitude of disruption...

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    3. Covid-19 Is Rewriting the Rules of Corporate Governance

      Covid-19 Is Rewriting the Rules of Corporate Governance

      Since the onset of Covid-19, corporate boards have faced a string of difficult decisions. Take the question of dividend payments: Ordinarily, the decision would be a relatively straightforward matter of applying a stated dividend policy, following past practice, or choosing an amount based on shareholder expectations and the company’s earnings for the period...

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    4. Do You Know Why Your Company Needs a Chief Diversity Officer?

      Do You Know Why Your Company Needs a Chief Diversity Officer?

      With the murder of George Floyd on May 25, 2020, followed by months of Black Lives Matter protests, through to the shooting of Jacob Blake on August 23, leaders in the United States and around the world have finally begun to recognize the racial inequities embedded deep in the systems in which we operate each day: neighborhoods, schools, stores, banks, courts...

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    5. Why Investors React Negatively to Companies That Put Women on Their Boards

      Why Investors React Negatively to Companies That Put Women on Their Boards

      Despite persistent efforts to tackle underrepresentation of women on corporate boards, most boardrooms remain mostly male. The slow progress on gender diversity has frustrated policymakers, industry groups, and institutional investors, many of whom have publicly advocated for inclusion of women and minorities among the top ranks of management...

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