Corporate Governance

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  5 characteristics of the new ideal worker

Mireia Las Heras; Nuria Chinchilla For organizations to thrive in the 21st century, the needs of the new ideal worker must be understood. That means grappling with questions of work-life balance, as well as gender and leadership, in a meaningful way. Read article

  Sabine Mueller: "Diversity and inclusion must be organizational cornerstones"

The CEO of DHL Consulting discusses digital readiness, resilience and agility, and says establishing a truly diverse and inclusive workplace will require a complete overhaul of how we currently do things. Read article

  Women on Spanish boards: 30% goal for IBEX-35 companies reached

Atrevia; IESE Women hold 31.2% of the board seats for Spain's most visible companies: members of its IBEX-35 index. For the rest of the country's listed companies, the figure falls to 22.9%, according to an annual study of women's representation on Spanish boards. Read article

  Do we need corporate purpose to improve corporate governance?

Jordi Canals In recent years, the debate over purpose has reemerged and gained traction. Is a clear sense of purpose what's needed to make companies more effective and socially responsible? Here are three discussions that may lead us closer to the answer. Read article

  Having a clear purpose drives performance

IESE Insight A corporate purpose beyond profit maximization is associated with better firm performance under certain conditions, according to recent research by Wharton professor Claudine Gartenberg. Read article

  Can boards afford purpose and sustainability during the pandemic?

Fabrizio Ferraro While in crisis mode, some may doubt that companies can continue to focus on improving their environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance. But there's good reason to believe that ESG is an astute indicator of corporate resilience. Read article

  How to plan an orderly return to work

Philip Muller; Joan Fontrodona As lockdowns are lifted, companies are getting back to their businesses riddled with uncertainty. Drawing from experiences after natural disasters and terrorist attacks, Joan Fontrodona and Philip Muller offer a series of guidelines to organize "operation return." Read article

  Female board members wanted: Spain is still far from gender parity

Atrevia ; IESE Female representation on the boards of Spain's listed companies continues to grow, but still trails behind the 2020 objectives. Read article

  4 ways family firms are letting outside investors in

Jeroen Neckebrouck; Miguel Meuleman; Sophie Manigart More family businesses are opening up to external investors these days. IESE's Jeroen Neckebrouck maps out four main scenarios, based on two key questions, and points to their governance implications. Read article

  How to talk it out: shareholder dialogue that leads to change

Fabrizio Ferraro; Daniel Beunza By analyzing interactions between socially responsible shareholders and major corporations, Fabrizio Ferraro and Daniel Beunza present a model for creating common ground that can lead to real social change. Read article
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