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In this issue, Dr. Ross H. Millikan discusses the importance of putting effective teaching ahead of administrative efficiencies, why successful educational leaders must be multi-faceted in today’s changing world, and the need for parents and communities to assert stronger voices in shaping the future of our schools.Read More >>
A recent call from the Nominating and Governance Chair of a small, mid-cap client company inspired this piece. The company has an eight-person board to which Boyden has recruited four new directors to replace four outgoing board members in the past two years. The client’s strategy in recruiting the first two new directors was to replace functional expertise.Read More >>
A significant shift in Brazil’s global stature is underway. Yet, remarkably little has been published about the country since the financial crisis threw Brazil’s considerable strengths into relief. Here, we present the views and insights of senior business executives – the majority of whom lead Brazilian subsidiaries of multinationals – to hear why they believe Brazil is now walking on the big stage.Read More >>
This issue features Jaime Rivera, Director and Chief Executive Officer of Bladex, a supranational bank traded on the New York Stock Exchange, which supports trade finance in Latin America and the Caribbean. He discusses the “coming of age” for Latin America, a prospective super potent Americas trading bloc, his bullish view for the coming decade and how becoming a pilot has trained him to navigate risks on the ground.Read More >>
In the wake of the recent financial crisis and turbo-charged globalization, corporate governance has received an extraordinary amount of attention due to lapses at highly visible companies, as well as alleged systemic failures of governance underlying the global financial crisis.Read More >>