Public scrutiny of corporate boards has reached an all-time high. They’re too white, too male and too old. They’re too focused on short-term profits, not enough on long-term planning. And as the world faces a digital revolution, some members don’t even own a smartphone. But who should be sitting around the table in 2016? And what should they do when they get there? Here are four goals every company should consider today.
More diverse boards make better—and more profitable—decisions. But it takes work to seek out the right candidates
Keeping the long term health of the organization in mind means looking beyond last quarter’s share price
One way to control sky-high C-suite pay packages is to base compensation on better metrics than just stock prices
The whole economy is being transformed by digital technology, but many directors lack the right technical knowledge