Governance

Governance
Row of empty chairs in board room

Strategic Marketers Should Sit at the Board Table

by Issue: January / February 2019

Seismic changes in consumer attitudes are taking place in the market, and appointing directors who understand them can pay huge dividends.
Midsection Of Woman Standing With Blackboard saying #MeToo Against Pink Background

Male-dominated Governance and #MeToo

by Issue: January / February 2019

Given the preponderance of mostly-male boards, directors need to proactively seek to pre-empt #MeToo situations.

Directing Disruption

by Issue: November / December 2018

Serving a board in the Digital Age is a lot like trying to win a sailing race in rough seas. It requires extreme focus and constant strategy review, says ICD head Rahul Bhardwaj.

The Case for Religious Diversity

by Issue: May/June 2018

The new frontier of workplace diversity programs can’t be fully explored without openly acknowledging religious and spiritual differences.

Be Your Own Worst Enemy

by Issue: November / December 2017

If you want to succeed in the age of disruption, try deploying war game techniques to think like competitors out to eat your lunch.

A Recipe for Good Governance

by , et al.Issue: September/October 2017

When it comes to why well-drafted shareholders’ agreements are important, the trials and tribulations of Dare Foods serves as a case in point.

Rebooting Cybersecurity

by Issue: May / June 2017

When it comes to the threat posed by hackers, overconfidence and poor planning increases the risks faced by Canadian firms.

Beware the Black Hole of Transformation

by Issue: May / June 2016

Business transformation projects tend to fail because most organizational leaders fail to see them as business projects with business goals.

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