KPMG's Boardroom Questions series captures some of the most pertinent issues for Boards, the questions board members should ask and the actions they can take to address these issues.
This note outlines the impetus behind the Sustainable Innovation Forum 2015 (known as COP21) and what businesses should expect from the climate deal.
We look at the challenges posed by regulatory compliance and how Boards can be more proactive in enhancing compliance accountability.
This note focuses on the types of risks incurred by third parties and emphasizes the importance of having effective governance of third parties.
Social and environmental issues pose critical risks to businesses. However, they also provide opportunities for growth given Boards are willing to adapt to meet these emerging needs.
The note focuses on the importance of ensuring cyber security awareness at the Board level by asking the right questions, identifying gaps in cyber security strategy and encouraging a proactive, focused and preventative approach.
We look at factors that Boards and senior management should consider in order to gain strategic advantage from D&A utilization.
A summary of how Boards can play a more active role in shaping, developing and testing strategic plans.
In this note, we outline how Boards can develop a proactive approach on talent management.
This note summarizes not only how to manage the impacts of disruptive technologies but also how to potentially take advantage of the disruptors.
A summary of the driving factors behind the tax transparency debate, the release of the OECD’S 15 Point Action Plan on Base Erosion and Profit Shifting and the actions that Boards should consider in response to today’s evolving tax landscape.
In this note, we look at the triggers for constant change affecting businesses and best practices to manage business transformation.
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