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  • The Power of Nice
    Posted on Dec 14th, 2022

    Stuart R. Levine, Chairman and CEO, Stuart Levine & Associates LLC As this year concludes, we have all endured disruptions in our personal and professional lives. In anticipation of a new year, it’s appropriate to think about what we’ve learned and how best to respond and prepare ourselves for the continuation of economic volatility and […]

  • Four Fundamental Questions for Family Business Board Assessments
    Posted on Dec 5th, 2022

    Stuart R. Levine, Chairman and CEO, Stuart Levine & Associates I once had the privilege of working with a CEO who was a third-generation leader of a private manufacturing company. He was managing two families and there were no independent directors on the board. At the request of this enlightened CEO, we formed an independent […]

  • Board Effectiveness: Fundamental Truths in Volatile Times
    Posted on Sep 30th, 2022

    Stuart R. Levine, Chairman and CEO, Stuart Levine & Associates LLC Whether you are serving on the Board of a publicly traded company, a private company or a credit union Board, self-assessments are important in that they serve to increase the standards of accountability. Engaging in an evaluation process that is driven by an independent […]

  • Planet Governance™
    Posted on Sep 21st, 2022

    Stuart Levine & Associates is pleased to announce a new and robust interview series featuring value-driven corporate directors, chief executive officers, and subject matter experts on topics from ESG, DE&I Strategy, Leadership IQ, and Cybersecurity to Human Capital Management, Succession Planning, and the Power of Strategic Communication. Products and services that will be developed from […]

  • The Powerful Role of Trust, Values and Relationships in the C-Suite
    Posted on Aug 2nd, 2022

    Published in Forbes By, Stuart R. Levine The role of trust and values in managing relationships is critical today. Conduct Yourself and Your Business with Integrity was the 4th Fundamental The Six Fundamentals of Success, a book I authored in 2004, but is even more relevant today. CEOs loved this book as they understood the […]

  • Stuart Featured in NACD BoardTalk
    Posted on Jun 10th, 2022

    Survival of the Fittest Requires Extreme Adaptation Published in NACD BoardTalk June 8, 2022 In his 1869 book On the Origin of Species Charles Darwin notes that species that survive are the ones with the ability to adapt to changing environmental conditions. It seems that we have reached another historic societal inflection point. Those individuals and companies […]

  • Leaning Into Learning
    Posted on Apr 28th, 2022

    Published in Forbes By Stuart R. Levine This month I had the pleasure of being invited to give a keynote address at the Corporate Issuer & Institutional Investor Forum, the Fourth Annual Corporate Governance Forum Co-Hosted by Broadridge Financial Solutions & The University of Miami – Herbert School of Business. It was a privilege to […]

  • NACD: As Theranos Proceedings Continue, Here’s What Private Company Boards Can Learn
    Posted on Apr 7th, 2022

    NACD Private Company Directorship As Theranos Proceedings Continue, Here’s What Private Company Boards Can Learn March 27, 2022 By Stuart R. Levine While it has been nearly four years since Theranos collapsed under the weight of legal, commercial, and media scrutiny, we’re still seeing the health technology company all around us. The high-profile trial of […]

  • Building Technological Bridges through Leadership
    Posted on Jan 18th, 2022

    Published in, Forbes By, Stuart R. Levine The pandemic accelerated the introduction of artificial intelligence in all aspects of our lives. The rapid emergence of the digitization of platforms is bringing with it the critical importance of the role of the Chief Technology Officer (CTO). Data indicates that 30% of current CTO’s expect their next […]

  • The Missing Piece is Boardroom Diversity
    Posted on Nov 18th, 2021

    By Stuart R. Levine, Chairman and CEO, Stuart Levine & Associates Published in, Forbes Of the more than 30 million businesses in the US, less than 1% are listed on a public stock exchange. Despite recent efforts to focus on the diversity of boards within these publicly traded companies, private companies remain under regulatory radar. […]