As one of our guests observed, corporate governance “used to be a sleepy backwater. Now, it’s on the front pages of the papers all the time.”
This is the first part of our two-episode conversation in which we explore how corporate boards are evolving to address new challenges.
In this episode, George Anderson, Amy Borrus, and Megan Shattuck join us to discuss:
- The purpose and design of corporate governance practices
- Board and management responsibility toward stakeholders
- Corporate governance evolution
- Challenges of the current governance model
Amy Borrus is deputy director of the Council of Institutional Investors, where she plays a lead role in developing the Council’s strategy and policies on corporate governance, along with outreach to stakeholders and policymakers.