Leadership

Ideas and opinions on governance, M&A, marketing and communication, philanthropy and citizenship, risk management, and sustainability. For much more, check out The Conference Board’s Corporate Leadership practice area.


Watch What You Say!

Why can’t executives just speak regular English when communicating with each other—and with the world? Maybe they prefer not to.

Change of Heart

Why is Wal-Mart going green? To save money—and because it's afraid of teenage girls. Author Ed Humes explains.

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The Trouble with Directors

Neither inside nor outside directors can adequately represent shareholder interests.

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The New Normal: The Surprise Factor

When managing uncertainties, the goal matters more than the plan.

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The Sun Still Rises

Japan Inc. is dead. Long live the art of Japanese management.

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The New Normal: Act Before You Think

How to create what you want in an uncertain world.

Who's Really in Charge?

Splitting the CEO and chairman roles can tear a company apart—unless it’s handled well.

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Other Voices, Other Views: Fishing Where There Are Fewer Fishermen

What you can learn—really, OMG!!—from Seventeen.

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