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Optimizing value from your ERM program

Optimizing value from your ERM program

2020-02-01
Arthurs, Richard

Enterprise risk management (ERM) programs succeed when they effectively manage strategic risks across an organization, enabling it to identify and manage emerging threats, evaluate trends, and drive meaningful enhancements to the business’ resiliency.

2019 Canada Spencer Stuart board index

2019 Canada Spencer Stuart board index

2020-01-22
Spencer Stuart

The Canada Spencer Stuart Board Index (“CSSBI”), now in its 24th edition, provides benchmarks and insights into the governance practices of a representative sample of 100 of Canada’s largest publicly traded companies, with annual revenues exceeding $1 billion (referred to throughout the report as the CSSBI 100).

Fresh perspectives: increasing the diversity of experience, expertise, and ideas in the boardroom

Fresh perspectives: increasing the diversity of experience, expertise, and ideas in the boardroom

2019-12-01
Daum, Julie Hembrock

In this era of rapid technological change and market disruption, boards have their work cut out for them just to keep pace with what is happening in their own companies, let alone in the broader, converging business environment.

2019 U.S. board index

2019 U.S. board index

2019-10-30
Spencer Stuart

S&P 500 boards continue their evolution. The 2019 U.S. Spencer Stuart Board Index finds that boards are heeding the growing calls from shareholders and other stakeholders for enhanced boardroom diversity of gender, age, race/ethnicity and professional backgrounds.

Buds or bytes? Cannabis companies today speak like tech companies did in the late '90s

Buds or bytes? Cannabis companies today speak like tech companies did in the late '90s

2019-10-02
Hansell McLaughlin Advisory Group

The dot-com bubble was a period of enthusiastic speculation about the future of the “World Wide Web”. The period was accompanied by a run-up in the stock prices of companies offering internet-related products and services.

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