Following the proceedings of the News Corp annual general meeting, one can’t help but think of the proverbial definition of insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result.
What are boards thinking about as they go back to the boardroom? September brings a return to the boardroom.
When a company’s name gets tarnished, should executives give up their positions on other boards to prevent reputation loss spreading? Lucy Marcus talks with Axel Threlfall.
Colin Moynihan, outgoing chair of the British Olympic Association, tells Lucy Marcus that sports bodies must prove their governance is squeeky clean – or risk losing their funding and autonomy.
In the Boardroom: Carrot or stick? Hiring women in Germany Can companies be trusted to recruit women into leadership positions? Germany’s Family Affairs Minister says they can.
Thinking and writing about corporate governance and best practices in non-executive director board service, global economic trends, venture capital, private equity, leadership, innovation, entrepreneurship, investment in life sciences and cleantech, women, and things related to the projects I’m working on. I can also be found on twitter via @lucymarcus
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