As the industry evolves, the boards of health care companies must become more engaged.
Institutional investors have won by breaking the backs of corporations. Profit is king … and wrong. Even deeply flawed, corporations can be fixed.
Research on the governance of U.S. companies in recent years suggests that company directors are more engaged as both shareholder monitors of management
Wharton Executive Education and Spencer Stuart have redesigned their corporate governance program to meet the growing demand from current board members for fresh knowledge.
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