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June 12, 2009

Stay Close to Your Customers to Gain a Competitive Edge

Long Island Business News, June 5-11, 2009 The new normal for many consumers includes eating out once every two weeks instead of every one, getting a haircut every eight weeks instead of six and turning off lights to save on […]
May 6, 2009

Boards Must Balance Power to Maintain Their Integrity

Long Island Business News, May 1-5, 2009 The country’s economic crisis has shed a bright spotlight on the management of companies by chief executive officers and raised questions relating to CEO performance. Billions in taxpayers’ money have been given to […]
January 9, 2009

Corporate Governance: It’s Time for a Close Review

Long Island Business News, January 2-8, 2009 The government bailed out Citigroup. The chief executives of the Big Three automakers asked for $25 billion in loans. There will undoubtedly be more corporations asking the government for financial help. Many people […]
January 2, 2009

A Challenge to Board Leadership: Get Culture Right

Directorship, January 2009 The 2009 Spencer Stuart Board Index was released in October and while there are no huge surprises, I believe the data signals a shifting center of gravity in corporate governance – a move toward independence, commitment, and […]
August 8, 2008

Keep Your Board Members Focused and Productive

Long Island Business News, August 1-7, 2008 Last month, I was delighted to participate in the Yale Governance Forum, an annual event that is organized by The Millstein Center for Corporate Governance and Performance at their Yale School of Management […]
October 13, 2006

Gleaning Leadership Insights from the HP Debacle

Long Island Business News, October 6-12, 2006 As I work on this column, Patricia Dunn, former non-executive chairman of Hewlett-Packard’s board, is preparing to testify before Congress about recent revelations that HP was spying on its own board members. As […]