How to Make Boards Work, with Dambisa Moyo and Linda Yueh
Corporate boards are under great pressure. Scandals and malpractice at companies like GE, Theranos and WeWork have raised justified questions among regulators, shareholders, and the public about the quality of corporate governance. Boards face ever-louder demands to weigh in on questions of climate change, racial and gender equity, data privacy, and other social issues that range far beyond their traditional mandate: choosing the CEO and endorsing corporate strategy. In this week's episode economist Dambisa Moyo speaks to Linda Yueh about how boards currently function and what changes they should make to survive the twenty-first century.
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