Board agendas should continue to evolve in 2018 as the game-changing implications of technology/digital innovation, scrutiny of corporate culture and leadership, growing demands for companies to address environmental and social issues, and investor expectations for greater board engagement and diversity and long-term corporate performance all drive a sharper focus on positioning the company for the future.
Drawing on insights from our conversations with board members over the past 12 months, we have highlighted ten issues that, in our opinion, boards should keep in mind as they approach and execute their 2018 agendas.
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