Added Perspective

What Nom/Gov Chairs Think About the Impact of COVID-19 In the Boardroom

August 6, 2020

By Julie Hembrock Daum and Ann L. Yerger, Spencer Stuart

We recently surveyed more than 70 nominating/governance (nom/gov) committee chairs of S&P 500 and F500 companies, and spoke to several of them directly for added perspective, to learn how boards responded to the crisis and what longer-term governance changes they think may emerge post COVID. We found they are overwhelmingly confident that their board has the skill sets and experience it needs and do not anticipate any change in board structure or refreshment practices in the near future.


To read the full survey results, click here.



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