With 41 percent of global CEOs expecting their companies to be transformed into a significantly different entity in the next three years (KPMG’s 2016 Global CEO Outlook), corporate boards today are asking themselves: What will it take to prepare my company for what’s ahead? What trends can we expect that may disrupt our fundamental business models. “The stakes are higher for directors today, who are trying to navigate between their ongoing oversight duties and their increasing responsibility to provide foresight so that their companies are positioned for a future full of unknowns,” says Susan Stautberg, chairman and CEO of WCD, the largest organization of women directors in the world.
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