The founders of Boardroom Metrics tap into their network for wide-ranging and thought provoking insights on business, strategy, corporate governance and careers. Hosted by Jim Crocker.
Corporate Governance: How to Improve the Board Self Assessment
Board's who over-rate their corporate governance competency risk killing their corporate governance. This podcast looks at the dangers of Board self-assessments and how to improve their effectiveness. Here's a link to the related blog "How Board Self Assessments Kill Corporate Governance" https://www.boardroommetrics.com/blog/governance-board-assessment-20170113.htm
Special Edition: Winning RFP Tips
Tips we gathered from our writers on winning RFP proposal bids. Jim Crocker and Karen McElroy.
Private Business Corporate Governance
Risk, strategy, and the CEO. This special edition podcast focuses on corporate governance, specifically as it applies to private business.
Jim answers the following questions:
- should private business leaders be as obsessed with governance as they are with the rest of their to-do list?
- is corporate governance a KISS exercise?
- what are the key elements of strong corporate governance?
- what are three best practices of corporate governance?
- describe the corporate governance work that Boardroom Metrics does for organizations
This governance blog on the Boardroom Metrics site is one of the most viewed pieces of content.
Doug's Business Book Shelf
Best business books. After explaining what a PEBKAC is, Doug takes Jim through some of the library he uses to mentor his management teams. Some new, some old. Jim throws in 'Crossing the Chasm'.
Doug's blog on the business book shelf.
Like Doug, Tom Peters thinks reading is good for leaders too!
Geeks In The Boardroom
Corporate governance. Jim talks with Mark Orlan, Executive Director Information Technology and Services at Schulich School of Business, York University in Toronto. Mark recently re-posted an article titled your 'Next Board Member Should Be a Geek' from Strategy and Business Magazine. It's a topic that's near and dear to Jim's heart. http://www.strategy-business.com/article/Your-Next-Board-Member-Should-Be-a-Geek?gko=7758e