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Tuesday, October 9, 2018

1:00 - 2:00 PM ET

New York, NY

Corporate scandals involving problematic company cultures can lead to investors questioning the effectiveness of the board’s governance role, as well as asking about financial penalties, reputational damage, and other organizational impacts. How can board members better monitor corporate culture, understand potential cultural risks, and ask effective questions of management to best address problems early on?

 

To watch the recording of this Special Webcast, please contact Merel Spierings at merel.spierings@conference-board.org (Governance Center members only)


Speakers

Robert Lamm
Corporate governance law
Shareholder, Gunster Law Firm
Senior Fellow, ESG Center
rlamm@gunster.com

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Robert Lamm

Debbie McCormack
Managing Director, Deloitte Center for Board Effectiveness
dmccormack@deloitte.com

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Debbie McCormack

Carey L. Oven
Partner, Deloitte Risk and Financial Advisory
coven@deloitte.com

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Carey L. Oven
Special Webcast Co-Sponsor