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    1. Shareholder Activism Pivots To Gender

      Shareholder Activism Pivots To Gender

      Shareholder activism is discovering new targets. Until recently, this form of activism was confined to the U.S. Not uncommon since the 1920s, it caught fire in the 1980s, with the likes of Carl Icahn striking fear into the hearts of public companies. Activists are generally on the hunt for changes in management or company policies, including things like dividend payouts or use of cash...

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    2. Why Progressive Politics Matter To Corporate Governance

      Why Progressive Politics Matter To Corporate Governance

      Political proposals on hot button topics like climate mitigation, guaranteed jobs, wealth tax and single payor healthcare are often dismissed as extremist, or as downright crazy. Mention “national mobilization” and some knees are going to jerk. But given the passage of time and changed circumstances, some crazy ideas actually tend to stick...

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    3. How To Dance The Board Two-Step To Increase Your Board Of Directors' Leverage

      How To Dance The Board Two-Step To Increase Your Board Of Directors' Leverage

      These are also five levels of situational leadership. Different leaders deploy different leadership styles in different situations. These range from command and control (tell) to partnership (co-create). The biggest difference is between leaders providing direction (tell) and input (consult or test,) with the associated difference in decision rights. Former American Express CEO, Ken Chenault, liked to give his board of directors two looks at any major idea...

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