Current news articles that are relevant to the topics of Extreme Personal Leadership® and Enlightened Corporate Governance®.
According to Beverly Behan, an experienced board advisor, five elements must be addressed in order to build an effective board.
The terms “corporate governance” and “information governance” sound similar, but they are two very different processes.
Apple Inc.'s lack of disclosure reagrding CEO Steve Jobs' health raises corporate governance questions.
A report by the Investor Responsibility Research Center Institute indicates that governance policies at buyout-backed companies often reward executives at the expense of shareowners.
800-CEO-READ, a leading direct supplier of book-based resources, compiles a monthly list of best-selling business books based on purchases by its corporate customers nationwide.
The Obama administration rejects direct intervention in corporate pay decisions, however, it does plan to seek legislation that would try to rein in compensation at publicly traded companies through nonbinding shareholder votes and less management influence on pay decisions.
Research has shown that the traditional executive pay model using cash and stock incentives continues to work for the vast majority of companies.
A preliminary report from a study group of the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry released at the end of May proposes steps to introduce an independent director or independent statutory auditor.
A new study finds that members of a social majority are more likely to voice unique perspectives and critically review task-relevant information when there is more diversity present than when there is not.