CBDC Report Indicates Only Minor Increase in Women on Corporate Boards

The Canadian Board Diversity Council (CBDC) released the seventh Annual Report Card (ARC), which outlines that the pace of change for diversity on corporate boards is moving but at an almost static pace.

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Make Your Strategy More Agile

Could your organization benefit from a 'sprint' when planning your strategy?

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Regulators Release New Results on Women on Boards and in Executive Officer Positions

A recent review revealed an increase in the number of women on boards in all size categories of issuers, with large issuers still leading the way.

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Hospital Boards Need to be Intentional About Finding and Preparing for New Leadership

Succession management encourages inquiry into how health care’s increasingly complex questions can be addressed by board members who are best suited to guide their organizations successfully into the future.

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Unequal Board Participation Could be a Threat to Good Governance

Uneven participation among board members happens in virtually every board room across the country and can signal underlying problems with board culture and member engagement.

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Updated MAID Policy Template

The Ontario Hospital Association (OHA) has been working to keep members updated with the Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID) developments.

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Adapting Your Board to the Digital Age

Here are four guiding principles for increasing the odds that boards will provide the digital engagement organizations need.

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Province Sets Gender Diversity Targets

The Ontario government has set a target that, by 2019, women make up at least 40 per cent of all appointments to every provincial board and agency.

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