Drawing on insights from our survey work and interactions with directors and business leaders, we’ve highlighted seven items that boards should keep in mind as they help guide the company forward in the year ahead.
In 2017, corporate performance will still require the essentials – managing key risks, innovating and capitalizing on new opportunities, and executing on strategy. But the context is changing quickly – and perhaps profoundly – as advances in technology, business model disruption, expectations of investors and other stakeholders, and global volatility and political shifts challenge companies and their boards to rethink strategy development and
execution and what it means to be a corporate leader. Drawing on insights from our recent survey work and interactions with directors and business leaders over the past 12 months, we have highlighted six items that private company boards should keep in mind as they help guide the company forward in the year ahead.
Read: On the 2017 Board Agenda for more.
Also read, On the 2017 Audit Committee Agenda.
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