The value of boards in times of change

The value of boards in times of change

  In October 2020, NEDonBoard co-hosted an event with TechManchester to discuss the value of boards in times of change. The conversation touched upon a number of business transformation topics such as growth, merger and acquisition, the COVID-19 pandemic, digital transformation, disruption and innovation. NEDonBoard thanks the panelists that shared their insights and experiences: Dianne…

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Non executive director

Cybersecurity: responding to cyber incidents as a NED

Responding to cyber incidents, a NEDonBoard event, in partnership with the National Cyber Security Center and with the participation of Dr Budgie Dhanda, Co-Chair at UK Cyber Security Council Formation Project. Held in September 2020. Key insights and useful resources highlighted during the event are shared in this post, as well as a short recording…

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NEDonBoard event

Securing a public appointment

As part of the NEDonBoard Diversity & Inclusion series for board members, NEDonBoard hosted a virtual event in partnership with the Department for Education to: promote public appointments with the NEDonBoard community of board professionals and non-executive directors; highlight diversity initiatives in place to increase the representation of under-represented professionals on the board of public…

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Cyber security in the time of COVID-19

2020 has been unprecedented year so far as organisations have had to adapt to social distancing and support new ways of working. The COVID-19 outbreak has dramatically increased home working, video conferencing and online operations, increasing the risk of Cyber attacks and has accelerated the digital transformation.

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NED Diversity

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: making your board count

  Recent national and international events indicate that significantly greater progress in our society is needed to tackle inequality and discrimination. Despite an ethnically diverse workforce across most NHS organisations, staff from ethnic backgrounds are still more likely to experience discrimination, bullying, harassment, and abuse, and less likely than white colleagues to reach positions of…

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