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In-depth interview podcast with leading corporate governance experts, including world-class founders, scholars, board members, executives, investors and more. The content is structured as a long-form conversation to explore not only the latest corporate governance trends, but also to get some personal insights from some of the best and brightest minds behind America's boardrooms.
 
Welcome to the Governance4FE podcast, dedicated to those engaging with governance in the FE & Skills sector. The podcast will be covering the latest governance news, speaking to sector leaders on a variety of governance topics, hearing from boardroom experts from around the globe, and enjoying your stories from inside the boardroom.
 
Welcome to the Global Governance Podcast with Augusto Lopez-Claros, where we explore the future of governance. Each episode will look at a different global issue and how governance plays a key role in its solution. From climate change to gender equality, from corruption to peace and security, we invite experts to explore a thought-provoking game of “what if?” and “why not?”, positing a world in much closer international cooperation. To learn more visit GlobalGovernanceForum.org.
 
Technology is not neutral, it is political. How do we understand the algorithmic restructuring of relations of power, governance, organization, and ordering of social life? Join Tereza Østbø Kuldova in a series of conversations with prominent scholars on the algorithmic world, discussing topics such as work and labour rights, security, democracy and justice, as well as the consequences of datafication of knowledge and beyond.
 
Do our global governance systems have the capacity to effectively address the challenges we face as a civilization? What are the viable pathways towards a fairer, more sustainable and viable future? "Imperfect Utopias or Bust? Global Governance Futures" aims to present a space where these questions, and many more, can be addressed in a spirit of dialogue and exploration.
 
Global Board Advisors Corp (GBAC) is a world-leading forum advising Billionaires, World Economic Forum (WEF) leaders, Global 500 CEOs & Tech Billionaires on the latest economic, social trends across the planet since 2010. Boardroom Insights from the largest brands on the planet. Board of Director, CEO & C-Suite Online Corporate Governance Courses at www.boardroomeducation.com and our website www.globalboardadvisors.com
 
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The Voice of Corporate Governance

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The Voice of Corporate Governance

The Council of Institutional Investors

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CII’s podcast is one of many platforms CII offers members to access timely information and perspectives and to increase public attention to critical issues and developments in corporate governance and capital markets. The target audience for our podcast is CII Members, other institutional investors, public companies, securities lawyers, proxy advisory firms and other institutional investor service providers.The podcast is free to the public and available on all major podcast listening platfo ...
 
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Governance Matters

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Governance Matters

Governance Matters

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The Governance Matters podcast provides listeners with insight into the cutting-edge issues of the day for corporate secretaries, general counsel and all governance professionals. Produced by Corporate Secretary and sponsored by Computershare Georgeson, this monthly podcast will look at how the role of the corporate secretary and the board has evolved over time, as well as how the governance landscape continues to change. From ESG to entity management, shareholder engagement to technology, w ...
 
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Conscious Governance

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Conscious Governance

Conscious Governance that helps Boards & CEOs make the choices that create the future for the communities they serve

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Conscious Governance is an advisory service that helps Boards & CEOs make the choices that create the future for the communities they serve. We do this by creating clarity from complexity in governance, strategy, risk and leadership.
 
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Middle East Law and Governance

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Middle East Law and Governance

Middle East Law & Governance Podcast

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Middle East Law and Governance (MELG) is a peer-reviewed journal for scholarly analysis on issues pertaining to governance and social, economic, and ideological transformation in the MENA region. On the MELG podcast, we talk to the journal's contributors about their work and current events in the region. The podcast is hosted by MELG advisory board member, E.J. Karmel.
 
Cutting-edge expert commentary, analysis and business insights on the corporate governance, corporate social responsibility and corporate ethics issues of the day from Cambridge Judge Business School's global faculty, associates and guest speakers.
 
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YS Up - Governance and Boards

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YS Up - Governance and Boards

3YS Owls Governance Consultants, Ainslie Cunningham and Deb Anderson

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An easy to understand educational podcast covering hot topics in governance, risk, latest regulatory changes and issues keeping directors and executives awake at night. A practical guide to assist in navigating the complex regulatory minefield, increased public scrutiny, erosion of trust, climate change, modern slavery, non-financial risks, systemic cultural problems and other challenges facing companies in Australia in 2020 and beyond. Are you a company director, secretary, board member, C- ...
 
The Global Economic Governance Programme was established at University College in 2003 to foster research and debate into how global markets and institutions can better serve the needs of people in developing countries. The Programme is directly linked to Oxford University’s Department of Politics and International Relations and Centre for International Studies. It serves as an interdisciplinary umbrella within Oxford drawing together members of the Departments of Economics, Law and Developm ...
 
Manuel W. Lloyd is a top industry Virtual CIO helping healthcare and banking businesses achieve customer-vendor alignment, IT governance, and data security while avoiding costly and embarrassing data breaches. The program is supported by Holiday Delta, Inc dba Dominos Pizza, JTV Management, & Manuel W. Lloyd Consulting®
 
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Ocean Governance Podcast

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Ocean Governance Podcast

Ocean Governance Podcast

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Ocean Governance Podcast – a podcast about ocean governance research This podcast is dedicated to discussing recent publications from legal, social sciences and interdisciplinary journals dealing with ocean governance issues broadly construed. Being lawyers, we do this from a predominantly legal perspective but with a strong interest in the perspectives and contributions of other disciplines. The aim is to draw attention to interesting publications, hopefully to make them accessible and to s ...
 
The Oxford Food Governance Group is an interdisciplinary group of researchers from the Institute for Science, Innovation and Society (InSIS), Said Business School, and the Unit for Biocultural Variation and Obesity (UBVO) at the University of Oxford, who share an interest in food governance practices. Looking at the politics of food distribution, sustainability, and governance of the food supply among other topics, this series will look at how we get our food and why it matters.
 
Disruption of traditional healthcare is inevitable and will be a central challenge for healthcare governance. We see new examples of “business disruption” every day, as innovators use technology, scale and consumer insights to create a lower-priced, more convenient consumer experiences, and force traditional companies down a path of compulsory cost-cutting and lost relevance. While the size and complexity of healthcare have slowed the process of disruption, its high costs and lack of conveni ...
 
The Future of Money, Governance & the Law is a podcast hosted by the Government Blockchain Association which promotes blockchain technologies by empowering individuals and organizations to connect, communicate, and collaborate to solve public sector challenges around the world. Rick Robinson, as GBA’s new podcast host, is strategically positioned to shed some light on the journey. Rick comes to the show with an extensive background in cybersecurity, cryptography, crypto-currency, elections, ...
 
2013 marks the ten year anniversary of the invasion of Iraq by US and UK forces, the swift and catastrophic collapse of Saddam Hussein’s Ba’athist regime, and the beginning of a period of occupation and radical societal change. On 16th October 2003, United Nations Security Council Resolution 1511 unanimously sanctioned a long-term international presence in Iraq effectively handing control of the country to Washington. This landmark date acts as the anchor of post- conflict governance in Iraq ...
 
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This week, we discuss a potential fine of £27 million for TikTok, a data breach caused by a phishing attack on American Airlines and a $35 million penalty for Morgan Stanley Smith Barney LLC after ”extensive” security failures.IT Governance
 
Maria Joao Rodrigues, the current President of the Foundation for European Progressive Studies in Brussels, made the transition from Employment Minister in Portugal in the government of Antonio Guterres to the European Council and the European Parliament. For the past two decades she has taken part in some of the key debates within the European Uni…
 
0:00 -- Intro. 1:30 -- Start of interview. 2:27-- Claudia's "origin story". She was born in Taiwan and grew up in Brazil. She came to the US after college. She studied CS and later went to work for IBM, where she had a 30 year career including founding the firm's Venture Capital Group. Post IBM, she joined NEA as a venture advisor, and has served o…
 
A Message from Alex Gorsky, Executive Chairman of Johnson & Johnson on Diversity in the Boardroom. Mr. Gorsky has served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Johnson & Johnson from 2012-2021. Alex is on the board of directors of Apple, IBM, & JP Morgan, and Chase Co. Yusuf Azizullah, CEO of GBAC Global Board Advisors Corp and Boardroomeducati…
 
Joining me today are Hager Ben Jaffel, Research Associate at the National Center for Scientific Research in France and Sebastian Larsson, Associate Senior Lecturer in War Studies at the Swedish Defence University, to discuss their latest edited volume titled Problematising Intelligence Studies: Towards a New Research Agenda, published in 2022 with …
 
In this session I discuss with Stephanie Mason, Head of Further Education Skills and Academies at RSM, the role, functions, and frameworks of audit committees and their oversight of controls and risk. Stephanie gives her insights on effective governance in these areas and shares some good practice, to support all governors function optimally in thi…
 
In this episode, CII General Counsel Jeff Mahoney interviews Robert K. Kry, a Founding Partner of the law firm of MoloLamken LLP. Listeners will hear an expert legal analysis of the investor implications of the United States Supreme Court’s recent decision in West Virginia v. the Environmental Protection Agency, followed by an investor-oriented pre…
 
0:00 -- Intro. 1:26 -- Start of interview. 2:01 -- Beatriz' "origin story". She was born in Cuba, grew up in NY and Miami. She was part of a NSF pilot program in Miami to "raise the next generation of scientists," starting in middle school. She learned to program computers in high school, and from there she got into Princeton where she studied comp…
 
This week, we discuss allegations of data security failures at Twitter, a €405 million fine for Instagram, a cyber attack on InterContinental Hotels Group, and why Cloud security is so important.IT Governance
 
0:00 -- Intro. 1:40 -- Start of interview. 2:20 -- Kris' "origin story". 5:20 -- Jamie's "origin story". 7:30 -- About the EY Americas Center for Board Matters. It has three mandates: To conduct primary research in corporate governance (Jamie is the research lead). They have a proprietary proxy database and benchmarking database. Insights for direc…
 
This week, we discuss two zero-day vulnerabilities affecting Apple devices, the further effects of a ransomware attack on an NHS digital services provider and a large-scale phishing campaign affecting users of secure services such as Okta, Authy and Signal.IT Governance
 
Dr. Margarita Konaev is Deputy Director of Analysis and a Research Fellow at Georgetown University’s Center for Security and Emerging Technology (CSET). She is interested in military applications of AI and Russian military innovation. She has written extensively on international security, armed conflict, non-state actors and urban warfare in the Mi…
 
0:00 -- Intro. 1:23 -- Start of interview. 3:32 -- Adam's "origin story". He grew up in southern California where he attended UCSD and graduated from UCLA. In college he became an activist focusing on the conflict in Darfur, Sudan, and developed a "targeted divestment" model. After college he became a social entrepreneur based in Washington, DC. 4:…
 
In this episode, CII General Counsel Jeff Mahoney interviews Wes Bricker, Vice Chair - US Trust Solutions Co-Leader at PwC on PwC's recently released 2022 Consumer Intelligence Series Survey on Trust.The Council of Institutional Investors
 
This week, we discuss a ransomware attack on an NHS digital services provider and a huge increase in cyber attacks as a result of the war in Ukraine, and provide an overview of the main reforms to UK data protection law proposed by the Digital Protection and Information Bill.IT Governance
 
Jonathon Keats is an American conceptual artist and experimental philosopher known for creating large-scale thought experiments. He is the author of various books, including You Belong to the Universe: Buckminster Fuller and the Future which sets out to revive the inventor Buckminster Fuller’s (1895-1983) unconventional practice of comprehensive an…
 
0:00 -- Intro. 1:30 -- Start of interview. 3:32 -- Santi's "origin story". He was born and grew up in Buenos Aires, Argentina. "The year 1983 was a symbolic year in Argentina because it's the year that democracy came back to the country." "My generation was tainted by two events: the hyperinflation of 1989 and the collapse of 2001 (peso devaluation…
 
Angola's general elections take place on August 24, but there is little hope that democracy will prevail in this securitised country with a legacy of kleptocracy, thanks to the late President Jose Eduardo dos Santos who died on 8 July. Angola's electoral commission has been captured by the ruling MPLA party, and most of its oil exports go to Europe…
 
Rising food and fertiliser prices have sparked debate among analysts about the dependency of the African continent on food and agricultural imports and its sensitivity to external geopolitical shocks. What can be done to better prepare national and regional governments facing these issues? Click here to learn more https://gga.org/africas-farmers-mu…
 
South Africa's position on Russia’s aggression in Ukraine, inconsistent with its constitutional commitment to human rights, shows that there is an urgent need for a national discussion on the elements of authentic foreign policy
 
0:00 -- Intro. 1:47 -- Start of interview. 2:39 -- Sandra's "origin story". She was born and grew up in Sao Paulo, Brazil. After graduating from UNIP with a degree in communications she worked as a journalist for 10 years. She later transitioned to executive roles. In 1995, she was invited by Bengt Hallqvist to join a group to discuss issues impact…
 
Olga Tokariuk is a distinguished independent journalist and researcher based in Kyiv, Ukraine. She writes mainly about Ukrainian politics, international affairs, and the role of disinformation and its impact on democracies worldwide. In a compelling interview with our host Augusto Lopez-Claros, Ms. Tokariuk talks about life in war-torn Ukraine, why…
 
This week, we discuss a malware campaign targeting Facebook Business users, a breach apparently affecting 5.4 million Twitter users, a €1.1 million GDPR fine for Volkswagen, the new Digital Protection and Information Bill, and why it’s so important to maintain your cyber security through a recession.…
 
This episode of the Governance Matters podcast looks at changing board attitudes toward climate change and what investors are looking for from directors in terms of climate-related skills and knowledgeGovernance Matters
 
0:00 -- Intro. 1:34 -- Start of interview. 2:04 -- Derek's "origin story". He grew up in Chicago and graduated from WUSTL with a degree in applied math and an MBA in finance. From there he went to Capital One, "at the time it was at the forefront of making decisions with data". He then got his law degree from Stanford Law School (Class of '04). Aft…
 
Michael Mandelbaum has spent several decades thinking about the major global problems that we face, and his writings and opinions have been an invaluable source of insight, understanding and wisdom. Whether it is the future of war as an instrument of state power, the role of the UN in providing peace and security, how to patch up our crumbling nucl…
 
In this podcast, I discuss with Charlotte Bonner (National Head of Sustainable Development at ETF) the definitions of sustainability and education for sustainable development, alongside the role of the Board in oversight of this topic - the board ultimately being accountable to stakeholders for the long-term stewardship of the organisation. Charlot…
 
In this episode, Meriem Guetat and Meriem Agrebi discuss governance in Tunisia amidst Covid-19, highlighting what the situation tells us about the narrative of Tunisia’s democratic exceptionalism following the 2011 revolution. The podcast revolves around the recent article that they co-wrote as part of part of MELG’s recent special issue on governa…
 
0:00 Intro. 1:37 Start of interview. 3:03 Francine's "origin story". She grew up in Chicago and graduated from Purdue in accounting but "she hated it." She began in internal audit at Chicago’s Continental Illinois National Bank and Trust. She later worked with KPMG/BearingPoint in the early 1990s. She also worked at JP Morgan where she focused on Y…
 
In this episode, CII General Counsel Jeff Mahoney interviews Caleb N. Griffin, Assistant Professor of Law, at the University of Arkansas School of Law. Last month Professor Griffin testified before the United States Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs at a hearing entitled "Considering the Index Fund Voting Process."…
 
This week, we discuss NCSC and ICO advice to the legal profession, a new phishing campaign that bypasses multifactor authentication, and the huge increase in the number of ransomware and phishing attacks this year. Plus, we talk to Gary Hibberd about his new book, The Art of Cyber Security.IT Governance
 
Join us to get insights into the work of the Governors' Council. Hear from Simon on his vision for the Council's role to develop further both its reach and influence; its desire to use the experience and expertise of Chairs and governors in enhancing its work; to represent more fully their views in the formulation of policy; and to continue to prom…
 
Thomas G. Weiss is a distinguished scholar at the CUNY Graduate Center who as past president of the International Studies Association, chair of the Academic Council on the United Nations System, editor of the journal Global Governance, and Research Director of the International Commission on Intervention and State Sovereignty has written extensivel…
 
Johan Rockström is one of the world’s leading authorities on the impact of climate change. In a broad ranging interview with Ambassador Amanda Ellis, he highlights the importance of the removal of energy subsidies and the introduction of a carbon tax, the need for accountability and the development of monitoring mechanisms for emissions reductions …
 
This week, we discuss new NCSC guidance on avoiding cyber security “staff burnout”, a data breach affecting a Japanese city's entire population, good news for the ransomware-hit Maastricht University, and the privacy implications of the metaverse.IT Governance
 
0:00 Intro. 1:34 Start of interview. 2:12 Keir's "origin story". He grew up in the Bay Area and went to high school in Oakland where he ran track and got a scholarship to go to Ohio State. After realizing he wasn't going to be an Olympian, he decided to study law at U Penn. When he graduated in 1999, he joined the SEC where, among other matters, he…
 
Nuclear technology has made great advances with small modular reactors, which could potentially help South Africa transition away from coal to a cleaner energy source. GGA junior researcher in the Human Security and Climate Change programme Leleti Maluleke, discusses the nuclear landscape in South Africa with Busisipho Siyobi, lead researcher in GG…
 
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