Monthly Archives: October 2015


Staging the Future: CEO Transitions

According to a recent report by the Stanford Graduate School of Business[1], organizations do not tend to have a strong succession planning process in place; not knowing who may be next in line to fill a senior executive’s shoes, nor a process by which to identify the characteristics of the leaders they envision for the READ MORE »


Seven Reasons Private Companies Should Have Boards

  Having served on boards of private companies, subs of publicly-traded companies and not-for-profit organizations, I believe that each type of organization has much to learn from each other.   For example, private and not for profits can benefit from the learnings of Sarbanes-Oxley and Dodd-Frank requirements for public companies, while public and private companies can READ MORE »