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How much difference does "difference" make?

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While studies show that the relationship between diversity and financial performance has not been convincingly established, there is some basis for believing that diversity can improve decision making and enhance a corporation’s public image, according to an article from The Conference Board.

A candid conversation on increasing expectations for directors

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An interview with Bill McCracken, former chairman and CEO of CA Technologies, on the increasing expectations for directors and how they can more effectively carry out their duties

Innovation, disruption and the role of the board

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As directors look ahead to help their companies identify and navigate disruptive forces, innovation will be a critical capability.

KPMG/Forbes study asks how internal audit can add value

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The findings reveal a gap between what audit committees and CFOs want and what they get from internal audit. The biggest gap is in risk management. Only 22 percent of respondents said they get help assessing risks/risk management practices, while 57 percent said that would be most valuable.

2016 M&A outlook survey

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The proxy “off-season” is an opportunity for companies to a case to investors with their undivided attention.

New law creates new risks for partnership investments

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On November 2, 2015, Congress enacted legislation that fundamentally changes the landscape of partnership audits.

Private company governance survey

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Getting beyond the so-called private company discount requires a hard look at governance structures and processes, financial controls, and conflicts of interest. Read the survey report from Forbes Insights and KPMG Private Markets Group.

Global pulse survey - Building a great board

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Given their oversight roles, how can boards and audit committees help ensure that the company is getting the appropriate insights from data and analytics while taking the necessary precautions to protect the company, its employees, customers, and others?

Rethinking the board's approach to innovation, tech

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Given the growing importance to companies of technology and balancing innovation and risk, the board’s agenda and commitment of resources with respect to innovation and technology must keep pace, writes KPMG’s Nancy Calderon.

Sustainability issues move from the periphery

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In his latest research, Harvard Business School professor George Serafeim finds sustainability issues moving from the periphery to the center of corporate thinking.
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