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Culture as a Corporate Asset

The NACD Blue Ribbon Commission on Culture as a Corporate Asset identifies how boards can play an active role in shaping corporate culture to promote growth and avoid crisis. The NACD Northern California Chapter offered an inside look at the new 2017 Report of the Blue Ribbon Commission on Culture as a Corporate Asset. at its meeting on October 30th at the offices of Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati in Palo Alto. We were fortunate to have one of the co-chairs of the Report, Nick Donofrio for this highly anticipated publication. Local board leadership fellow and corporate director, Nora Denzel, moderate the chat with Nick, with a great deal of audience participation. There were ample networking opportunities both before and after the event.

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Video: Heads or Tails? The Art and Science of Executive Compensation

SVDXAll directors are keenly aware of their responsibility in setting executive and CEO compensation. Increased external pressure on — and opinions about — CEO pay and more crowded meeting agendas limit the available time for meaningful discussion and make this role more challenging than ever. The stakes in getting executive compensation right are high, with real opportunities to engage leadership and drive business results, but also with real risks of poor outcomes. Continue Reading →

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Heads Or Tails? The Art And Science Of Executive Compensation

SVDXI thought the title of the program referred to heads I win, tails you lose. Now, I’m thinking ‘art’ is one side of the compensation committee coin, ‘science’ the other. Titles that keep us on our toes – just like the programs held by the Silicon Valley Directors Exchange and the Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford Law. The stakes in getting executive compensation right are high, with real opportunities to engage leadership and drive business results, but also with real risks of poor outcomes. As advertized: Continue Reading →

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