Giving Voice to Values in the Boardroom
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The field of corporate governance has seen incredible growth over the past decade as companies struggle to create effective board of director practices. A plethora of changes have been discussed, regulated and implemented. And while these changes have been driven by a co-alignment of major institutional forces, including individual country governments and capital market players, the investor-led governance reforms have instituted several unintended consequences.
The principles of Giving Voice to Values start where these approaches end by asking a deceptively simple question: 'What if you were going to act on your values—what would you say and do?'
In Values, Voice & Corporate Governance, the author, Cynthia E. Clark, provides practical strategies for board members and students of corporate governance to deal with these challenges via a series of dilemma-focused cases. These cases are designed to help users of the book implement pre-scripting and action planning. Each case will have discussion questions about the stakes, reasons and arguments, and will include stories of how governance professionals have handled various board challenges where they needed to voice their values.
Table of Contents
PART I. The Giving Voice to Values (GVV) Framework
1. The Giving Voice to Values (GVV) Framework
PART II. Corporate Governance – a Pursuit and a Profession
2. Corporate Governance – a Pursuit and a Profession
PART III. Key Issues in the Boardroom
3. Monitoring and Strategy Roles
4. Director Selection and the Nominating Committee
5. CEO Succession
6. CEO Compensation
7. Digital Innovation and the Boardroom
Cynthia E. Clark, Ph.D is a corporate governance and business ethics expert. She is the author of Business & Society: Ethical, Legal and Digital Environments. She has conducted training sessions on ethical decision-making, shareholder activism and optimal nominating and governance procedures to numerous senior management teams and boards of directors. She is widely cited in the media on governance issues, including recently in The Wall Street Journal, The Boston Globe, CNN, Reuters and multiple appearances on Bloomberg Radio. She is an active member and speaker with the National Association of Corporate Directors, 2020 Women on Boards and the Society for Governance Professionals. Cynthia is also a Professor of Management at Bentley University and Director of the Geneen Institute for Corporate Governance.