Aging corporate boards are getting lessons on how to foster the next generation of directors. Younger directors remain rare but they’re increasingly in demand for their skills and perspectives on topics such as cybersecurity, e-commerce and marketing to millennials. They can also bring diversity to otherwise “pale, male and stale” boardrooms. The next generation of board leaders say too many boards lack effective on-boarding practices for new members.
What are best practices for bridging the gap between aging boards and the younger generation that brings new, fresh ideas?
Dave Lynn -- Co-Chair of Jenner & Block¹s Securities Practice – dicsusses.