Current news articles that are relevant to the topics of Extreme Personal Leadership® and Enlightened Corporate Governance®.
Strategists, facing the most profoundly uncertain times, are creating disaster scenarios and making the preservation of cash integral to their strategies.
CEO candidates need to be evaluated based on their fit with the prevailing company culture, especially if they are an outside candidate.
Financial crisis can supply huge opportunities for companies with money and ideas.
Marilyn Carlson Nelson, described by Forbes magazine as one of “The World’s 100 Most Powerful Women,” discusses her career, life experiences, and new book.
Maurice "Hank" Greenberg, AIG's CEO until March 2005, says, "AIG's business model did not fail; its management did."
A group of more than 50 prominent corporate board chairmen, directors, chief executives, investors, and governance experts has endorsed a policy calling on public companies to separate the roles of chairman and chief executive officer.
The NACD launches "America's Challenge for Corporate Directors: Renew Commitment to Corporate Governance and Oversight Excellence."
Nell Minow, editor and chairwoman of the Corporate Library, says people often overlook the crucial role of a company's board of directors.
Recent studies show the finance sector may be making it easier for women to climb the corporate ranks.
Executive search firms are struggling, as fewer companies are turning to them to fill top positions.