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Putting climate change risk on the boardroom table

Putting climate change risk on the boardroom table

2020-06-25
Hansell, Carol

We have been asked whether directors of Canadian corporations are obliged to address climate change risk. The answer is clearly yes.

Culture as problem-solving: lessons from global governance

Culture as problem-solving: lessons from global governance

2020-06-22
Castillo, Elizabeth A.

If one of the goals of philanthropy is to help solve intractable social problems, is it worth spending time on governance when so many urgent challenges demand action?

Leadership for the decade of action

Leadership for the decade of action

2020-06-15
Russell Reynolds

The report sets out to discover what can be learned from business leaders who are integrating sustainability across strategy, operations and stakeholder engagement and what this means for how board and C-suite leaders are selected.

Law 101 for boards

Law 101 for boards

2020-06-09
MacDonald, E. Grant

My goal is to point out the legal responsibilities that need the board’s attention. I will however offer some advice on how, via policy direction and board agenda planning, legal compliance can easily be built into the work of governance without it taking over.

Canadian directors should heed recent U.S. Caremark litigation

Canadian directors should heed recent U.S. Caremark litigation

2020-06-05
Longhurst, Jennifer; DiPonio, Joseph

Over the past year there has been a noticeable uptick in claims permitted by Delaware courts alleging a failure by directors to make a good faith effort to monitor corporate operations – otherwise known as a Caremark claim.

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