Contributing to and overseeing company strategy are core board responsibilities. And directors are using longer time horizons to oversee company strategy than they did just a few years ago. To support this long-term approach, they are frequently taking into account economic, geopolitical, environmental and emerging technological macro trends as part of their evaluation.
PwC’s 2016 Annual Corporate Directors Survey
Overseeing the company’s strategic plan is a critical board responsibility. So many directors are diving deep when it comes to reviewing company strategy. Meanwhile, investors are starting to influence various aspects of the board’s strategic thinking.
Director-Shareholder Insights: Is cash burning a hole in your pocket?
How should directors and shareholders consider the impact of share repurchases and dividends on long-term value creation? This new publication addresses this issue.
Exploring an IPO: the 9½ questions boards should ask
Continuing challenges in the capital markets have a big impact on what management should do—and what boards should ask about—when contemplating an IPO.