PWC Directors Survey 2022

PWC’s annual directors survey shows a “new trust crisis,” a widening disparity between corporate insiders’ opinions on how they are perceived by consumers and the reality. While 87% of business executives believe consumers highly trust their company, only 30% of consumers actually do. Trust is hard won and easily lost, and stakeholders are coming to…

PWC’s Annual CEO Survey 2022

PWC’s 25th annual CEO survey focused on “the power of trust.” We found that highly trusted companies are more likely to have made net-zero commitments and to have tied their CEO’s compensation to nonfinancial outcomes, such as employee engagement scores and gender diversity in the workforce. Correlation is not causation, and we’ll continue to explore…

PWC Director Survey 2020

This year’s PWC survey of corporate directors has some striking findings. 49 percent of the directors surveyed believe at least one of their fellow board members should not be serving. More boards are doing self-assessments but many boards are focusing on some of the easier things to change, such as adding more expertise to the…

PWC on Corporate Boards: Cyber Threats, #Metoo, Diversity, and What Shareholders Want

PWC on Corporate Boards: Cyber Threats, #Metoo, Diversity, and What Shareholders Want PWC’s annual director survey is one of our most trusted resources on corporate governance from the perspective of the boardroom, and this year’s edition has some significant findings on issues like diversity, CEO pay, climate change, cybersecurity, and the gap between what board members…