Monthly Archives: October 2014

Ford Foundation’s Darren Walker

Today I attended a “A Philanthropic Journey: A Conversation with Darren Walker.” The lecture is part of the USC Center on Philanthropy and Public Policy’s Distinguished Speakers series. Darren has led the Ford Foundation for a little more than a … Continue reading

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Corporate Sustainability: The Board’s Role

“Value creation, long-term business resiliency, strategic risk management, and stewardship represent the essence of the board’s role in overseeing corporate sustainability activities. Sustainability oversight is increasingly becoming a board-level issue for several reasons. First and most fundamentally, boards are meant … Continue reading

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Cyber Threats, a Sobering and Optimistic View

With the high profile cyber compromises of such large retailers, such as Target and Home Depot, along with many other types of businesses, puts this topic front and center at this year’s National Association of Corporate Directors Board Leadership Conference. … Continue reading

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