Businesses are increasingly faced with an always-on global information network, shifting business models, natural disasters, unpredictable geopolitics, and transformative technological, social and demographic trends.
Join us on October 18th for a Fireside Chat as Dr. O.Homer Erekson, The John V. Roach Dean of the M.J. Neeley School of Business at TCU speaks with Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas Vice President and Associate Director of Research, Mark Wynne.
What do technology and digital skills, as well as diversity of gender, ethnicity, age, and experience have in common? All are critical to boards that are strategic assets to the companies and shareholders they serve. In the era of #MeToo, rapidly changing technology, cyber threats and changing global trade dynamics, agile boards are taking a hard look at board composition. Others are slower to move toward board refreshment, so institutional investors are applying pressure to meet the demands of todayâ€™s topsy-turvy business environment where both risks and opportunities abound.