The Conference Board Governance Center® facilitates small groups of prominent senior executives from companies, investors, and advisors for confidential discussions of key issues.

Founded in 1993, the Governance Center draws upon authoritative research from The Conference Board. Our mission is to work in the public interest to provide organizations with knowledge and thought leadership on key global issues of corporate governance.

We are:

  • A resource for robust research, analytics and insights on high-priority governance issues.
  • A platform for private, constructive engagement with corporate board members, executives, investors and other business leaders.
  • A network for peer-to peer exchanges of governance intelligence, practice experience.
  • An investment in promoting “good governance” that supports long-term corporate performance and trust.
  • "Eyes and ears” on the ground to keep members on top and in front of important governance policy developments

Membership

For information on membership in The Conference Board Governance Center, please contact the Center's Assistant Director, Judith McLevey, at judith.mclevey@conferenceboard.org or +1-212-339-0276.

Membership

For information on membership in The Conference Board Governance Center, please contact the Center's Assistant Director, Judith McLevey, at judith.mclevey@conferenceboard.org or +1 212 339 0276.

Governance Watch Webcast Series

With renewed economic uncertainty, an increased activist environment and ongoing regulatory change, join us for unique and timely insights that will help you be prepared for your next board meeting.  

Next Webcast: July 14th at 11 am EDT 
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Directors Need a Working Knowledge of Their Company

Below is a timely analysis from Donna Dabney, our retired Executive Director, Governance Center. (reposted with permission of Agenda)

Directors should be expected to be familiar with their companies’ products or services, but they should not be expected to have the same level of knowledge as management.

In November, Agenda published a provocative infographic on Twitter directors that don’t tweet, which raised the question of to what extent directors should be involved in using what their company offers. 

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