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  • Volume 8, Issue 6
    September 25, 2023
    Delivering results — and the 60-hour-a-week grind fests that doing so demanded — often sufficed for “leadership development.” Not anymore.What’s at stake: It’s time to understand new talent and workforce realities. Organisations that fail to address succession planning and leadership development inadequacies won’t be successful over the long term…
  • Volume 8, Issue 5
    May 4, 2023
    Warum auf Arbeitskräftemangel und wirtschaftliche Einbrüche mit Gehaltserhöhungen, Personalabbau und anderen kurzsichtigen Maßnahmen reagieren? Es gilt den langfristigen Wert einer leistungsfähigen Organisationskultur neu zu bewerten.
  • Volume 8, Issue 4
    February 21, 2023
    Talente und Kultur stehen ganz oben auf der Liste der wichtigsten Risikobedenken weltweiter Vorstandsmitglieder und Führungskräfte, sowohl für die kommenden 12 Monate als auch bis in das Jahr 2032. Dies geht aus der jüngsten Top Risks Survey von Protiviti und der ERM-Initiative der NC State University hervor.
  • Volume 8, Issue 3
    December 9, 2022
    As in prior years, our suggested 2023 audit committee agenda includes important enterprise, process and technology issues and financial reporting and disclosure issues. In addition to discussing these agenda items, we have offered questions for audit committees to consider when self-assessing their own performance with respect to executing the…
  • Volume 8, Issue 3
    December 2, 2022
    (Offered in Conjunction With Protiviti’s The Bulletin, “Setting the 2023 Audit Committee Agenda”)As they self-assesses their performance periodically, audit committees may find useful the illustrative questions we have made available in our Assessment Questions for Audit Committees to Consider. Committee members should periodically assess the…
  • Volume 8, Issue 2
    October 13, 2022
    A University of Oxford and Protiviti global survey reports that North American companies are less committed to ESG than their counterparts in Europe and the Asia-Pacific region. The questions are why this disparity exists, and where does your organisation stand? The Oxford and Protiviti survey findings suggest that North American companies may be…
  • Volume 8, Issue 1
    September 13, 2022
    von Fran Maxwell, Managing Director People Advisory & Organisational Change Global Leader. Das herausfordernde Geschäftsklima von heute verlangt von Vorständen und Führungskräften, die Talentstrategie des Unternehmens in Abstimmung und im Gleichschritt mit den strategischen Geschäftszielen zu betrachten.
  • Volume 7, Issue 11
    May 3, 2022
    Ransomware attacks have been around for many years. In the past, cyber-threat actors would penetrate a company’s computer and network systems and obtain data with the objective of returning it upon payment. The demanded payments were usually smaller than the ransoms requested in recent incidents. Most of these incidents weren’t financially…
  • Volume 7, Issue 10
    June 18, 2021
    The world of work was changing well before the pandemic. Technology is significantly affecting work, jobs, wages and society at large — and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future. It is impacting how companies design and manage a diverse talent, workforce and technological ecosystem that includes on-demand resources (contractors, part-…
  • Volume 7, Issue 9
    December 3, 2020
    With 2020 almost in the rearview mirror (thankfully!), the 2021 audit committee agenda is shaping up differently than in years past. The past 12 months presented an opportunity for audit committees to support the key players managing the financial reporting process. Going forward, that support could prove to be critically important as the business…

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