The Raj and Kamla Gupta Governance Institute’s advisory board represents more than 60 public, 45 private and 95 nonprofit boards. In the following articles, our industry experts share critical governance insights and their thoughts on how industry trends impact boardroom discussions and policies. As thought leaders, our advisory board are well positioned to offer unique guidance, inspire innovation and influence change.
Director skills matrices, which present qualifications and expertise in image-based formats, are becoming increasingly more common in proxy statements.
Philadelphia is home to more than 2,200 nonprofit organizations (NPOs). This month, we examine summary statistics for the city as a whole.
Companies that proactively review their portfolio and consider complete divestitures are more likely to create shareholder value, according to PwC’s research.
In this month’s “In the Spotlight” interview Melissa Ludwig, Board Member of the Center for Corporate Governance, shares her experiences and advice.
In the latest edition of Philly Nonprofits By the Numbers, GGI examines organizations’ geographic distribution across twelve Philadelphia neighborhoods.
Paolo Volpin, PhD, and coauthors provide a study of the impact of cartel investigations initiated by the European Commission on companies around the world.
U.S. publicly traded corporations exhibit significant discrepancies between their disclosed commitment to DEI and their actual hiring practices.
Paul Décaire shows that rigid budgeting rules reduce investment efficiency and increase wasteful spending, especially in large and complex firms.
Joseph Kalmenovitz, PhD, shows that regulators protect their outside option for higher-paid jobs in the private sector by avoiding post-employment restrictions.
Paolo Volpin shows that mandatory disclosure of financial information facilitates new deal opportunities, leading to M&A activity and better acquisitions.