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Download PwC’s 2015 Annual Corporate Directors Survey

How do boards stay oriented towards long-term shareholder value while balancing shareholder focus on short-term performance? Read PwC’s 2015 Annual Corporate Directors Survey to find out.

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Report segments covering key board issues

Board composition and diversity

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PwC 2015 Annual Corporate Directors Survey: Board composition and diversity

Directors know their boards need the right expertise, attributes, and experience in order to be well-positioned to oversee long-term value creation. This includes having directors with diverse backgrounds.

Board priorities and practices

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PwC 2015 Annual Corporate Directors Survey: Board priorities and practices

As directors face increasing scrutiny from investors, regulators, and other stakeholders, board practices have evolved by necessity. Today's boards want to spend more time on areas impacting long-term shareholder value creation.

Director communications and shareholder activism

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PwC 2015 Annual Corporate Directors Survey: Director communications and shareholder activism

Balancing short term results against long-term value creation requires good shareholder relationships. Directors’ comfort level in investor communications has increased, and some boards are embracing direct communications with investor activists.

Strategy and risk

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PwC 2015 Annual Corporate Directors Survey: Strategy and risk

Directors tell us that they are taking a long view than in years past when overseeing company strategy. They also have increased confidence in risk oversight and are acting more directly to deter fraud and ensure appropiate "tone at the top."

Information technology (IT) oversight

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PwC 2015 Annual Corporate Directors Survey: Information technology oversight

Companies now see IT strategy and risks as inextricably linked to corporate strategy, and Board engagement in this area is increasing. Despite the media focus and attention to cybersecurity risks, directors are still focusing on IT strategy.