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Economic Value Management by Eleanor Bloxham of The Value Alliance and Corporate Governance Alliance

 

Economic Value Management: Applications and Techniques

 

Author: Eleanor Bloxham

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Wiley Finance Series

Published: November 2002

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Value-led Organizations

 

Author: Eleanor Bloxham

Publisher: Wiley-Capstone

Published: January 2002

 

 

 

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NACD Blue Ribbon Commission Reports

Author: John M. Nash in conjunction with distinguished  industry experts.

Publisher: NACD

 

Reports Issued:

Audit Committees: A Practical Guide (2002)

Board Evaluation: Improving Director Effectiveness (2001)

The Role of the Board in Corporate Strategy (2000)

Director Professionalism (1996)

Director Compensation: Purpose, Principles, and Best Practices (1995)

Performance Evaluation of Chief Executive Officers, Boards, and Directors (1995)

Executive Compensation: Guidelines for Corporate Directors (1993)

Articles, Chapters and Other Publications

Author: Eleanor Bloxham (unless otherwise noted)

“I’ve been reading your [work] on governance for awhile, and it’s reassuring to know that someone is still taking the time to report thoroughly and thoughtfully on it.”

Fortune, August 8, 2014

SEC-Citi recent victory may morph into long-term defeat

Eleanor Bloxham discusses the recent SEC-Citi settlement.

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Fortune, August 6, 2014

Is HP returning to its dramatic bad old days?

Eleanor Bloxham discusses board governance at HP.

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Fortune, August 4, 2014

Inequality in the U.S.: Are we making any progress?

Eleanor Bloxham discusses inequality.

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Fortune, July 29, 2014

Burger King: Not letting everyone have it their way

Eleanor Bloxham discusses governance and diversity at Burger King.

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Fortune, July 17, 2014

HP: It's tempting, but don’t select Meg Whitman as your next chair

Eleanor Bloxham discusses Ralph Whitworth's exit as HP's interim chair and who might succeed him.

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Fortune, July 14, 2014

A few questions, so Congress doesn’t waste Janet Yellen’s time

Eleanor Bloxham discusses what Congress should be asking the Fed.

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Fortune, July 9, 2014

Apple’s board reboot: Tim Cook needs to stay out

Eleanor Bloxham discusses Apple's board succession.

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Fortune, July 2, 2014

Yet another faulty banker pay scheme to avoid

Eleanor Bloxham discusses paying bankers with bonds.

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Fortune, June 18, 2014

The U.S. can learn plenty from Brazil

Eleanor Bloxham discusses efforts in Brazil to improve its economy and improve living conditions.

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Fortune / Time, May 30, 2014

What McDonald's owes its workers

Eleanor Bloxham discusses CEO and worker pay.

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Fortune, May 27, 2014

What Wal-mart prefers to keep secret

Eleanor Bloxham discusses shareholder proposals and board structure at Wal-mart.

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Fortune, May 20, 2014

Big banks are riskier than ever, says FDIC vice chair

Eleanor Bloxham discusses the state of big banks and their potential to create another crisis, with Tom Hoenig, FDIC Vice-chair.

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Fortune, May 1, 2014

The rise of dumb pay at America's largest corporations

Eleanor Bloxham discusses the work of compensation committees.

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Fortune, March 27, 2014

Facebook's hypocritical approach to transparency

Eleanor Bloxham discusses political spending disclosure.

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Corporate Finance Review, March/April, 2014

The Future of Capitalism, Eleanor Bloxham is interviewed by Morgen Witzel

Eleanor Bloxham discusses the future of capitalism.

Fortune, March 19, 2014

Shareholder research firms are not the enemy

Eleanor Bloxham discusses myths around shareholder research firms.

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Fortune, March 14, 2014

A lazy, expensive way to intimidate shareholders

Eleanor Bloxham discusses frivolous lawsuits.

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Fortune, February 13, 2014

The secret power player behind almost all shareholder votes

Eleanor Bloxham discusses the force behind the US proxy voting system.

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Fortune, January 29, 2014

Zappos and the search for a better way to run a business

Eleanor Bloxham addresses new ways of managing a business.

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Fortune, January 27, 2014

Measuring JPMorgan's folly: What did Jamie Dimon really earn?

Eleanor Bloxham discusses board governance.

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Fortune, January 7, 2014

What corporate boards will focus on in 2014

Eleanor Bloxham discusses what's on the agenda of corporate boards in 2014.

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Fortune, January 6, 2014

Activist shareholders' top priorities for 2014

Eleanor Bloxham discusses proxy issues to expect for 2014.

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Fortune, December 13, 2013

Addressing economic inequality in 2014

Eleanor Bloxham discusses economic inequality and the role of public policy and boards.

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Fortune, November 15, 2013

Microsoft's CEO selection: The unanswered questions

Eleanor Bloxham discusses CEO succession.

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Fortune, October 29, 2013

Do investors have too much information?

Eleanor Bloxham invites a discussion on transparency.

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Fortune, October 7, 2013

Jamie Dimon, Alibaba, and our crumbling regulatory standards

Eleanor Bloxham discusses changes in regulatory enforcement.

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Fortune, September 30, 2013

Fixing exorbitant CEO pay: All is not lost

Eleanor Bloxham writes on the progress on pay.

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Fortune, September 18, 2013

The trillion-dollar lesson we'd rather not learn again

Eleanor Bloxham discusses the need for government responsibility.

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Fortune, August 21, 2013

Big bank misbehavior, small fry prosecutions

Eleanor Bloxham discusses the state of bank prosecutions and the implications for workers.

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Fortune, August 9, 2013

No SEC charges for J.P. Morgan execs, really?

Eleanor Bloxham discusses the importance of equity in disclosure enforcement.

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Fortune, August 5, 2013

How Citi is hedging against the foreclosure settlements

Eleanor Bloxham discusses merchant banking.

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Fortune, July 30, 2013

Megabanks and commodities don't mix

Eleanor Bloxham discusses megabanks' involvement in commodities.

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Fortune, July 17, 2013

Reining in the audit industry's reality distortion field

Eleanor Bloxham discusses a bill that ties the hands of the PCAOB.

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Fortune, July 1, 2013

Bank of America: From liar loans to liar bonuses

Eleanor Bloxham discusses the requirements of boards with respect to compensation and risk.

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Fortune, June 12, 2013

SEC Chair Mary Jo White's first big test

Eleanor Bloxham discusses a threat to the SEC whistleblower program.

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Accountability Central, June 11, 2013

If a TOMS shoe fits, wear it

Eleanor Bloxham discusses trust.

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Fortune, June 11, 2013

How Cosco saves taxpayers money

Eleanor Bloxham discusses how paying employees well saves companies and taxpayers money.

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Fortune, May 30, 2013

Dear Fortune 500: Worker woes are at home, too

Eleanor Bloxham discusses the board's role regarding treatment of US workers.

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Fortune, May 22, 2013

Dimon's victory may be taxpayers' regret

Eleanor Bloxham discusses the state of governance.

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Fortune, May 16, 2013

J.P. Morgan's doubtful Dimon defense

Eleanor Bloxham discusses CEO-chair separation and the J P Morgan board.

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Fortune, May 8, 2013

Can Jamie Dimon talk his way out of trouble?

Eleanor Bloxham discusses companies’ efforts to reach out to shareholders and regulators.

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Fortune, May 7, 2013

Who could succeed Jamie Dimon?

Eleanor Bloxham discusses board chair succession.

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Fortune, April 23, 2013

How to control workplace cruelty

Eleanor Bloxham discusses the impacts of mobbing at work.

 

Fortune, April 5, 2013

What the HP board should do next

Eleanor Bloxham discusses the board changes at HP.

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Fortune, April 1, 2013

How Mary Jo White can win over her skeptics

Eleanor Bloxham discusses what the new SEC chair must do.

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Fortune, March 22, 2013

Why a financial transactions tax is a no-brainer

Eleanor Bloxham discusses the financial transaction tax.

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Fortune, March 15, 2013

J.P. Morgan: It's time for some real change

Eleanor Bloxham discusses disclosure and the JP Morgan board.

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Fortune, March 14, 2013

How to fix rampant CEO mistrust

Eleanor Bloxham discusses SEC pay disclosures.
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Fortune, March 5, 2013

Why layoffs are for lazy corporate overseers

Eleanor Bloxham writes about layoffs and corporate responsibility.

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Fortune, February 19, 2013

Citigroup-SEC: Why we need a trial

Discusses the the need for a trial in the SEC and Citigroup settlement.

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Fortune, January 30, 2013

Why Mary Jo White is the wrong pick for the SEC

Discusses the new SEC Chair nomination.

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Fortune, January 22, 2013

JP Morgan has plenty of shaping up to do

Discusses JP Morgan board matters.

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Fortune, January 9, 2013

What's behind all the corporate secrecy over political spending?

Discusses the board's role in political spending.

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Fortune, December 19, 2012

After Newtown: The business world's way forward

Discusses corporate response to the Newtown shootings.

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Fortune, December 17, 2012

Why Netflix got into hot water

Discusses regulation FD.

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Fortune, December 13, 2012

Libor and banker pay: An unfortunate marriage

Discusses Libor and continuing support for paying bankers with debt.

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Fortune, December 6, 2012

2013: A year of investor class warfare?

Discusses actions by CalPERS and CII to improve IPO governance.

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Fortune, December 5, 2012

Treasury and the SEC: Who should be in charge?

Discusses who should fill the SEC and Treasury chief slots and the criteria by which nominees should be judged.

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Fortune, November 30, 2012

How HP's Meg Whitman is passing the buck

Discusses the HP board’s defense on the Autonomy purchase.

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Fortune, November 26, 2012

How some CEOs are trying to make a killing off the fiscal cliff

Eleanor Bloxham discusses the fiscal cliff and CEO pay.

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Fortune, November 15, 2012

Chocolate and child labor: A hurdle for Hershey

Discusses governance at Goldman Sachs.

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Fortune, October 29, 2012

Citigroup: It's time to talk Pandit

Discusses disclosure and board oversight issues.

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Fortune, September 25, 2012

Goldman Sachs' board: Clubby as it ever was

Discusses governance at Goldman Sachs.

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Fortune, August 16, 2012

Preventing a Peregrine repeat for less than a dollar a day

Eleanor Bloxham discusses ways audit committees can deter fraud.
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Fortune, August 10, 2012

Goldman and other big banks are not out of the woods

Discusses the potential consequences of the dropped investigations at Goldman Sachs.

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Fortune, July 26, 2012

Splitting big banks: Why J.P. Morgan should go first

Eleanor Bloxham discusses governance and too big to manage.

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Fortune, July 24, 2012

Jack Bogle: Has capitalism lost its soul?

Eleanor Bloxham talks with Jack Bogle about the state of capitalism.

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Fortune, July 12, 2012

Who will take J.P. Morgan to task?

Eleanor Bloxham discusses the role of analysts.

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Fortune, July 9, 2012

Healing our nation of corporate lemmings

Eleanor Bloxham discusses some paradoxical insights on corporate and individual behavior.

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Fortune, June 28, 2012

Should J.P. Morgan's Jamie Dimon be fired?

Eleanor Bloxham discusses CEO responsibility and the importance of disclosure.

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Fortune, June 14, 2012

J.P. Morgan's debacle: It's time to talk exec pay

Eleanor Bloxham discusses bank executive pay.

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Fortune, May 21, 2012

Wal-Mart, J.P. Morgan, and the perils of ignoring shareholders

Eleanor Bloxham talks about the board’s role with shareholders.

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Fortune, May 8, 2012

Wellpoint faces shareholder ire over political spending

Eleanor Bloxham writes on political spending and two upcoming shareholder meetings.

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Cost Management, March/April 2012

Towards Integrated Reporting: Communicating Value in the 21st Century, Eleanor Bloxham, Interviewed by Paul Sharman

Eleanor Bloxham is interviewed on integrated reporting.

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Fortune, April 16, 2012

The terrible cost the U.S. pays for derivatives.

Eleanor Bloxham discusses markets, compensation and taxes.

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Fortune, March 29, 2012

Goldman board deal: Great for Blankfein, no one else

Eleanor Bloxham discusses the new lead director role at Goldman Sachs.

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Fortune, March 27, 2012

The hidden pitfalls of the JOBS Act

Eleanor Bloxham discusses fiduciary duty.

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Fortune, March 15, 2012

Dear Goldman Sachs: It's time to wake up

Eleanor Bloxham discusses the Goldman culture crisis and board responsibility.

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Fortune, March 12, 2012

Big banks: Too big to behave?

Eleanor Bloxham discusses options for dealing with lapses at the largest financial institutions.

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Fortune, March 7, 2012

El Paso - Kinder Morgan: A board's worst nightmare

Eleanor Bloxham discusses the issue of board/CEO trust.

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Fortune, February 10, 2012

HP:Same issues, different year

Eleanor Bloxham review's HP's proxy.

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Fortune, February 2, 2012

Carlyle's proposed IPO disaster

Eleanor Bloxham discusses the future of capitalism represented by the Carlyle IPO.

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Fortune, January 30, 2012

It's the economy - and CEO pay, stupid

Eleanor Bloxham discusses the relationship between the economic volatility and CEO pay.

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Fortune, January 26, 2012

What U.S. companies can learn from Olympus

Eleanor Bloxham discusses how boards can handle a PR crisis.

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Fortune, January 10, 2012

CEO pay: Why top execs just can't lose

Eleanor Bloxham discusses what's influencing (and not influencing) CEO pay.

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Fortune, January 6, 2012

Citi and SEC: Peas in the same pod?

Eleanor Bloxham discusses the issues of public interest to be resolved related to the SEC settlement process.

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Fortune, December 29, 2011

What's at the core of corporate wrongdoing?.

Eleanor Bloxham discusses what boards and management teams need to do to address corporate culture.

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Fortune, December 13, 2011

Now hiring: Corporate boards. Applicants beware.

Eleanor Bloxham discusses the hiring process for directors today.

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Fortune, December 2, 2011

Why the SEC needs a new game plan with Citi

Eleanor Bloxham discusses the SEC's options for settling with individuals and companies.

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Fortune, November 30, 2011

SEC-Citi settlement rejection: A public interest wake-up call

Eleanor Bloxham discusses the importance of the public interest to organizations' health.

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Fortune, November 22, 2011

Nabors shareholders are looking for payback

Eleanor Bloxham discusses governance at Nabors.

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Fortune, November 18, 2011

A hint of hope at HP

Eleanor Bloxham discusses HP's designation of a lead independent director and appointment of an activist investor to its board.

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Fortune, November 15, 2011

Facebook board: Where are the female faces?

Eleanor Bloxham discusses gender discrimination and equal opportunity.

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Fortune, November 7, 2011

Big bank SEC settlements: Toothless face-savers?

Eleanor Bloxham discusses whether not admitting to violations may make it more difficult for bank boards to punish offenders.

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Fortune, November 1, 2011

How companies can hang on to their customers

Eleanor Bloxham discusses new research on customer experience.

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Fortune, October 26, 2011

Our unsettling Wall Street settlements

Eleanor Bloxham discusses flaws in the settlement process which can lessen their benefits.

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Fortune, October 18, 2011

When will big banks grow up?

Eleanor Bloxham discusses new bank capital requirements.

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Fortune, October 17, 2011

Looking for biz leaders in all the wrong places

Discusses what real leadership means.

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Fortune, October 12, 2011

Where are the News Corp shareholders?

Discusses the important role of shareholder activism in the capital markets system.

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Fortune, September 29, 2011

What to do about Bank of America?

Eleanor Bloxham provides an example of stakeholder analysis.

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Fortune, September 23, 2011

HP's sleight of hand

Discusses issues related to board independence and the role of an executive chair.

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Fortune, September 21, 2011

Why Meg Whitman may not be the right CEO for HP

Discusses the governance red flags associated with appointing Whitman as HP CEO.

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Fortune, September 16, 2011

How HP can prevent another misfire

Discusses HP and the role of boards in strategy today.

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Fortune, August 23, 2011

What would real economic stimulus look like

Discusses leadership and solutions to the jobs and economic crisis.

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Journal of Sustainable Finance & Investment, August 2011

The knowledge gap between investors and companies

Eleanor Bloxham discusses examples that show that while additional disclosure is the often sought remedy to facilitate sustainable investing, to invest sustainably, investors need to more carefully evaluate the disclosures they already receive.

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Fortune, July 27, 2011

U.S. jobs crisis: It's time for corporate leaders to step up

Discusses the role of the board and the jobs crisis.

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Fortune, July 25, 2011

Apple's no-win CEO succession efforts

Discusses issues with CEO succession when the CEO sits on the board.

Fortune, July 19, 2011

News Corp directors: Half way out the door?

Discusses stock sales and board actions at News Corp.

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Fortune, July 19, 2011

What's in store for Rupert Murdoch?

Discusses board leadership structures.

Fortune, July 18, 2011

Who can right the ship at News Corp?

Discusses governance and its importance at News Corp.

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Fortune, July 5, 2011

How to get paid like a U.S. CEO

Discusses the reasons for high U.S. CEO pay.

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Fortune, July 1, 2011

Will Bank of America execs get to keep their bonuses?

Discusses the importance of pending bank pay regulations.

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Fortune, June 21, 2011

Rite Aid's vitals aren't looking too good

Discusses board composition and performance issues at Rite-Aid.

Fortune, June 15, 2011

How to encourage the right kind of whistleblowers

Discusses the opportunities of the new SEC whistleblower program.

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Fortune, June 2, 2011

Beware the perils of paying CEOs with stock

Discusses the importance of understanding the impacts of equity pay.

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Fortune, May 31, 2011

A toothless approach to reining in excessive exec pay

Discusses a proposed rule on financial services compensation.

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Fortune, May 24, 2011

ExxonMobil: Gearing up for a heated annual meeting?

Discusses the shareholder issues at ExxonMobil this proxy season.

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Fortune, May 18, 2011

Why corporate directors should thank Dodd and Frank

Discusses the low number of no votes against directors this proxy season.

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Fortune, May 17, 2011

When companies ignore the risks under their noses

Discusses risk oversight and shareholder relations.

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Fortune, May 6, 2011

What to expect at Goldman's annual meeting

Eleanor Bloxham writes on shareholder proposals and Goldman's annual meeting.

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Fortune, April 13, 2011

How can we address excessive CEO pay?

Discusses two metrics that could help solve managerial issues.

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Fortune, April 6, 2011

Beyond Buffett's successor: What's Berkshire's way forward?

Discusses governance and the board at Berkshire Hathaway.

Accountability Central, April 4, 2011

Accountability over the Long Term

Discusses the long term consequences of public policy issues.

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Internal Auditor Magazine, April, 2011

Have a Governance Role Now

Discusses how internal auditors can boost governance at their firms now.

Fortune, March 14, 2011

Can shareholders and management make it together?

Discusses actions behind the scenes during this proxy season.

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Fortune, March 4, 2011

Duking it out: The pitfalls of corporate political activity

Discusses the risks for companies and their boards engaging in political activities.

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Fortune, February 23, 2011

Lessons from the St. Joe board resignation debacle

Discusses the issues facing St. Joe's board and their active shareholder.

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Journal of Sustainable Finance & Investment, February 2011

Corporate governance and sustainability: new and old

models of thinking

This peer reviewed article, published in the inaugural issue of the journal, redefines investor and discusses the need for holistic approaches to sustainability and the role of each stakeholder in driving sustainable enterprises.

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Fortune, February 10, 2011

Why banker bonus delays work

Discusses why bonus lengthening schemes work and why all companies should consider them.

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Fortune, February 8, 2011

Should more CEOs be fired?

Discusses CEO succession issues.

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Fortune, January 28, 2011

HP's board shakeup: Apotheker's master plan?

Discusses director succession.

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Fortune, January 25, 2011

Gender diversity on U.S. boards coming anytime soon?

Discusses gender diversity on boards.

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Fortune, January 21, 2011

5 leadership lessons from Goldman's missteps

Discusses ways to learn from a company's challenges.

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Fortune, January 14, 2011

What went wrong at AMD

Discusses the importance of succession planning and other board practices.

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Fortune, January 13, 2011

Regulators: Wake up and smell the loan risks

Discusses regulatory oversight of bank securitization processes.

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Fortune, January 11, 2011

Bankers: Quit selling your loans

Discusses why banks need to take a further look at loan sales and securitizations.

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Fortune, December 30, 2010

Do disclosure rules actually work?

Discusses disclosure and its ability to create change.

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Fortune, December 21, 2010

Who is minding the J. Crew store?

Discusses board transparency and shareholder actions.

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Journal of

Environmental

Investing

Journal of Environmental Investing, December 20, 2010

How Important is Clean Energy Investment to the SRI community - and is SRI Important to Clean Energy Investors?, by Eleanor Bloxham and Geoffrey Mazullo

Discusses issues in clean energy investment.

Fortune, December 9, 2010

The happiness index: Is the UK onto something?

Discusses the value of companies and countries creating their own performance metrics.

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Fortune, December 1, 2010

Why your shareholder vote may not count

Discusses issues in accurate shareholder vote counts.

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Fortune, November 29, 2010

Why the stock market isn't fair

Eleanor Bloxham puts the recent insider trading investigations in context.

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paBanker, September-October 2010

ERM for Banks, Made Simple

Discusses ERM concepts and implementation.

Illinois Reporter, Third Quarter 2010

ERM for Banks, Made Simple

Discusses ERM concepts and implementation.

Fortune, October 18, 2010

Boards take heat for political spending

Discusses board oversight obligations related to political spending.

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Fortune, October 6, 2010

How companies can fill the skilled worker gap -- start training them again!

Discusses solutions to the skilled workers gap.

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Fortune, September 13, 2010

Two important ratios the new Basel guidelines ignored.

Discusses what's missing in Basel III.

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Fortune, September 13, 2010

Should CEO be a team job?

Discusses a new model for consideration with respect to CEOs.

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Fortune, September 1, 2010

The valley's mess: why codes of conduct don't work.

Discusses why boards need to untangle the maze of conduct codes.

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Fortune, August 11, 2010

Oxy 10: reasons the proxy fight at Occidental isn't accidental.

Discusses the issues that can give rise to a proxy battle.

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Fortune, August 10, 2010

HP's next act: How the board, company and investors can recover from the Hurd scandal.

Discusses the next steps for the HP board.

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CEP Magazine, August 2010

Safety in Numbers

Discusses the importance of codes of ethics and the implications for behavior.

New Jersey Bankers Association, Summer 2010

Federal Reserve Risk Oversight Includes Guidance on Sound Incentive Compensation Policies

Discusses key issues to consider in the implementation of the new proposals and ways they can benefit banks.

Ohio Record, Summer 2010

ERM for Banks, Made Simple

Discusses ERM concepts and implementation.

Nebraska Bankers Association, July/August 2010

Fed Issues Guidance on Sound Incentive Compensation Policies

Discusses key issues to consider in the implementation of the new proposals and ways they can benefit banks.

Fortune, July 30, 2010

The SEC still needs to escape regulatory capture. Here's how.

Discusses the need for regulators and boards to think and consult broadly.

Fortune, July 16, 2010

Yet another whistleblower ignored by the SEC

Discusses the need for the SEC to listen to multiple voices.

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Accountability Central, July 7, 2010

Shareholder Communications and Accountability

Discusses the responsibility of shareholders in shareholder communications.

Fortune, July 15, 2010

Are compensation committees covering for high CEO pay?

Discusses the use of peers in setting executive pay.

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Fortune, July 2, 2010

Should executives be paid with debt? No!

Discusses alternate forms of executive pay.

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FDIC, July 2, 2010

Eleanor Bloxham issues comments to the FDIC on their risk assessment proposal.

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Fortune, June 22, 2010

What BP was missing on Deepwater Horizon: a whistleblower

Discusses key issues for boards to consider relevant to the BP case.

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Fortune, June 17, 2010

Banker's pay still encouraging risky behavior

Discusses issues in bank pay and risk.

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Bank for International Settlements, June 15, 2010

Eleanor Bloxham submits comments on the Basel Committee's Principles for enhancing corporate governance.

FDIC, June 11 2010

Eleanor Bloxham issues comments on its proposal concerning Special Reporting, Analysis and Contingent Resolution Plans at Certain Large Insured Depository Institutions.

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Accountability Central, June 4, 2010

ICO or IRO? It's Time to Decide

Discusses shareholder relations.

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Fortune, June 2, 2010

Why was John Mack's raise only announced after the shareholder meeting?

Discusses shareholder disclosure and pay for chairs of boards.

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Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, May 27, 2010

Eleanor Bloxham issues a comment letter to the PCAOB on audit committee communications.

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Fortune, May 25, 2010

Say on pay: 4 ways to defend executive pay under the new law

Discusses the new say on pay and what it means for boards.

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Wealth Management Exchange, May 25, 2010

Trading and Market Structure Trends: Issues for Investors

Discusses the impact of market changes on investors.

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Fortune, May 17, 2010

What does Massey do now?

Discusses governance issues related to safety concerns that the Massey board will need to address.

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IR Update in the column: Behind the Boardroom Door with Eleanor Bloxham, May 2010

Trading and Market Structure Trends: Issues for Boards

Discusses the impact of market changes on boards.

Financial Executive, May 2010,

What will Boards Need From CFOs over the Next Five Years, by Eleanor Bloxham

Discusses the Board and CFO relationship and trends in information needs.

Fortune, May 11, 2010

Goldman Sachs' moral obligation to Wall Street

Discusses the opportunity for Goldman at this moment in history.

Fortune, May 3, 2010

How can succession planning help save Goldman?

Discusses the importance of succession planning.

Accountability Central, April 20, 2010

The Goldman Sachs Board and the SEC History

Eleanor Bloxham's blog post is published.

Fortune, April 20, 2010

Goldman Sachs has been charged with not giving clients enough information before.

Eleanor Bloxham provides suggestions to the Goldman Board.

 

This article also published in:

NPR, April 21, 2010

The Compliance Exchange, April 21, 2010

The Bloxham Voice, April 19, 2010

Eleanor Bloxham publishes her first entry in her new blog.

Bank for International Settlements, April 16, 2010

Eleanor Bloxham submits comments on regulatory capital.

 

Read it here...

Oklahoma Banker, April 2010

Risk oversight includes guidance on compensation policies

Discusses the new Federal Reserve guidelines.

IR Update in the column: Behind the Boardroom Door with Eleanor Bloxham, April 2010

IR Career Advice.

Discusses the importance of investor relations and what IROs can do to improve their companies and their careers.

Wyoming Banker's Association, April 2010

Federal Reserve Risk Oversight Includes Guidance on Sound Incentive Compensation Policies,

Discusses the new federal reserve guidelines on executive compensation.

The Corporate Governance Advisor, March/April 2010

Governance Lessons for All: The Federal Reserve's Proposed Compensation Guidelines

Discusses the implications of the new Federal Reserve guidance for banks and non-banks.

Iowa Bankers Exchange, March 12, 2010

Federal Reserve Risk Oversight Includes Guidance on Sound Incentive Compensation Policies,

Discusses key issues to consider in the implementation of the new proposals and ways they can benefit banks.

Eleanor Bloxham IR Update

IR Update in the column: Behind the Boardroom Door with Eleanor Bloxham, March 2010

Social Media and Social Purpose: A Boardroom Issue.

Discusses the need for boards of corporations today to clearly articulate the social purpose of the organization.

FDIC, February 2010

Eleanor Bloxham comments on the FDIC proposals related to bank compensation.

The South Dakota Bankers Association, February 2010

Federal Reserve Risk Oversight Includes Guidance on Sound Incentive Compensation Policies,

Discusses key issues to consider in the implementation of the new proposals and ways they can benefit banks.

Eleanor Bloxham IR Update

IR Update in the column: Behind the Boardroom Door with Eleanor Bloxham, February 2010

Proxy-related Discussions in the New World of Open Conversations.

Discusses issues for Investor Relations Officers to consider given the new SEC proxy disclosure requirements.

paBanker, January-February 2010

Federal Reserve Risk Oversight Includes Guidance on Sound Incentive Compensation Policies,

Discusses key issues to consider in the implementation of the new proposals and ways they can benefit banks.

Alaska Bankers Association, January 2010

Federal Reserve Risk Oversight Includes Guidance on Sound Incentive Compensation Policies,

The Alaska Bankers Association distributes Eleanor Bloxham’s article on the new Federal Reserve Guidelines to its members.

Montana Bankers Association, January 20 2010

Federal Reserve Risk Oversight Includes Guidance on Sound Incentive Compensation Policies,

Discusses key issues to consider in the implementation of the new proposals and ways they can benefit banks.

Ohio Record, February 2010

Federal Reserve Risk Oversight Includes Guidance on Sound Incentive Compensation Policies,

Discusses key issues to consider in the implementation of the new proposals and ways they can benefit banks.

Arkansas Bankers Association, February 2010

Federal Reserve Risk Oversight Includes Guidance on Sound Incentive Compensation Policies,

Discusses the new federal reserve guidelines for The Arkansas Banker. Read it here...

The Missouri Banker, January 7, 2010

Fed risk oversight includes guidance on sound incentive compensation policies,

Discusses the Federal Reserve's guidance on sound compensation policies related to bank risk.

The Kansas Banker, January 2010

Federal Reserve Risk Oversight Includes Guidance on Sound Incentive Compensation Policies,

Discusses key issues to consider in the implementation of the new proposals and ways they can benefit banks.

January 2010

Leadership in the Boardroom: The Intersection of Financial Regulations and Governance,

Discusses the intersection of government and board leadership.

Read it here...

Financial Executive, January 2010,

The Impact of New Proxy Disclosures on CFOs, by Eleanor Bloxham

Discusses the new proxy disclosure rules by the SEC and what they mean for financial executives.

Eleanor Bloxham IR Update

IR Update in the column: Behind the Boardroom Door with Eleanor Bloxham, January 2010

Followers and Leaders: The Intersection of Financial Regulation and Governance, by Eleanor Bloxham

Discusses the intersection of government and board leadership.

Eleanor Bloxham IR Update

IR Update in the column: Behind the Boardroom Door with Eleanor Bloxham, December 2009

2010: A Year of Adventure, by Eleanor Bloxham

Discusses the issues that will be on the minds of directors and the influences shaping the capital markets in 2010.

Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, November 2009

Eleanor Bloxham provides comments to the Board of the Federal Reserve on their guidance on sound compensation.

Read it here....

Securities and Exchange Commission, November 16, 2009

Strategic Plan for Fiscal Years 2010 to 2015

Eleanor Bloxham provides comments to the SEC on its strategic plan.

Read the comments...

IR Update in the column: Behind the Boardroom Door with Eleanor Bloxham, November 2009

Forty Years of Financial Analysis and Oversight, by Eleanor Bloxham

Discusses the history of bailouts and financial analysis through the years.

IR Update in the column: Behind the Boardroom Door with Eleanor Bloxham, October 2009

The Board's Role in Investor Dialogue, by Eleanor Bloxham

Discusses the key considerations for boards in investor dialogue.

IR Update in the column: Behind the Boardroom Door with Eleanor Bloxham, September 2009

The Board's Role in the Annual Reporting Process, by Eleanor Bloxham

Discusses the important role of boards and the new issues in reporting.

Wealth Management Exchange, September 2009

How the Credit Crunch Impacts Earnings and Investments

Discusses credit related issues to review in assessing financial statement results.

IR Update in the column: Behind the Boardroom Door with Eleanor Bloxham, August 2009

Who is Too Big to Fail and Who is Too Small for Special Perks?, by Eleanor Bloxham

Discusses the board and public policy issues facing micro, small and mid-cap firms and the impact on national competitiveness.

IR Update in the column: Behind the Boardroom Door with Eleanor Bloxham, July 2009

Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?, by Eleanor Bloxham

Discusses why boards benefit by listening to shareholders.

August 10, 2009

Eleanor Bloxham responds to request for comment from the Investor Working Group.

Read the Comments...

IR Update in the column: Behind the Boardroom Door with Eleanor Bloxham, June 2009

Board Challenges & Opportunities Through Time, by Eleanor Bloxham

Discusses the challenges boards have faced over the last forty years.

Wealth Management Exchange, June 2009

Market Investing: Thorough Company Analysis Makes For a Better Investor

Discusses steps investors could take to improve their results.

ACCOUNTABILITY NOW

Accountability Central, May 21, 2009

Discusses accountability systems and why they can be good.

IR Update in the column: Behind the Boardroom Door with Eleanor Bloxham, May 2009

Capital Markets: Drinking from the River of Forgetfulness?, by Eleanor Bloxham

Discusses the challenges for the capital markets today and tomorrow.

IR Update in the column: Behind the Boardroom Door with Eleanor Bloxham, April 2009

How Boards and IROs can Thrive on Alphabet Soup, by Eleanor Bloxham

Discusses how boards can put the tenets of CSR, SRI and ESG to good use.

IR Update in the column: Behind the Boardroom Door with Eleanor Bloxham, March 2009

Getting Ahead of the Curve: A Wake Up Call for Boards and Investor Relations, by Eleanor Bloxham

Discusses how boards and investor relations can tap into the unique opportunities of the financial crisis.

Accountability and Investor Involvement in Pay

Accountability Central, February 26, 2009

Discusses the role of investors and boards in compensation fixes.

Accountability and the New Sheriff

Accountability Central, February 27, 2009

Discusses changes to compensation mandated by the Financial Services Authority in the UK.

IR Update in the column: Behind the Boardroom Door with Eleanor Bloxham, February 2009

Boardroom Decisions: Determining the Measures Shareholders Need, by Eleanor Bloxham

Describes ways to re-think the balanced scorecard and provide boards, management and investors with the information they need.

IR Update in the column: Behind the Boardroom Door with Eleanor Bloxham, January 2009

What Boards and IROs Need to Know About the Coming Proxy Season - And How to Prepare for it, by Eleanor Bloxham and James McRitchie

Discusses the important issues to be addressed in the 2009 Proxy Season.

Accountability and Compensation in the Spotlight

Accountability Central, December 18, 2008

Discusses questions boards should be asking.

IR Update in the column: Behind the Boardroom Door with Eleanor Bloxham, December 2008

2009: A Year of Re-Definition

Discusses what's next for boards and IROs.

IR Update in the column: Behind the Boardroom Door with Eleanor Bloxham, November 2008

Financial Analysis and Reporting: A Prescription For Directors and IROs

Discusses the role of boards and IROs with respect to financial reporting and disclosure, with pointed lessons from the current financial crisis.

BVR's Guide to Healthcare Valuation, November, 2008

Eleanor Bloxham authors the chapter on valuation from the board’s perspective in the Healthcare Valuation Guide published by Business Valuation Resources.

IR Update in the column: Behind the Boardroom Door with Eleanor Bloxham, October 2008

On the Road: Where Does Your Value Lie? Look to Talent Management for Clues..., by Eleanor Bloxham and Mark Ubelhart

Discusses human capital measures and their importance in valuation and governance.

Accountability for Internal Risks

Accountability Central, September 24, 2008

Discusses the board's role in understanding risks.

IRUpdate September 2008

IR Update in the column: Behind the Boardroom Door with Eleanor Bloxham, September 2008

Annual Reports: An Important Boardroom Conversation

Discusses ways to improve transparency and enhance value with a focus on capital adequacy in valuation analyses.

Improving Governance: Solutions for the Healthcare Sector

New Perspectives on HealthCare Risk Management, Control, and Governance, August 2008

Discusses the governance structure and the role of boards  in both profit and tax exempt settings.

IRUpdate August 2008

IR Update in the column: Behind the Boardroom Door with Eleanor Bloxham, August 2008

Valuation: A Discipline and a Science

Discusses the principles of valuation companies should use and IROs should communicate.

United States Treasury, July 9, 2008

Advisory Committee on the Auditing Profession

Provides comments on issues to be addressed in the auditing profession.

Read the comments...

IRUpdate July 2008

IR Update in the column: Behind the Boardroom Door with Eleanor Bloxham, July 2008

Media in the Boardroom

Discusses the growing role of directors in media relations.

Managing the Business Risks of Fraud: A Practical Guide, July 8, 2008

Published jointly by The IIA, The ACFE and The AICPA

Eleanor Bloxham contributed to the writing and provided advice for this report related to the duties and responsibilities of boards.

Read the report here...

IR Update in the column: Behind the Boardroom Door with Eleanor Bloxham, June 2008

The Intersection of the Capital and Labor Markets, by Eleanor Bloxham and Judy Bardwick

Discusses three issues important to corporate performance: engagement and the setting of performance objectives and risk parameters.

Rewarding Risks

The New York Times, June 15, 2008

Suggests that directors need to understand the risks executives take on – and bank a portion of bonuses until the outcomes of those risks have had a chance to come to fruition.

Accountability - and A Powerful Investor's Perspective

Accountability Central, May 30, 2008

Discusses the separation of the roles of Chair and CEO in the US and abroad.

IR Update in the column: Behind the Boardroom Door with Eleanor Bloxham, May 2008

Accounting and Financial Reporting: What Every IRO needs to Know NOW

Discusses new trends and issues in accounting and financial reporting.

IR Update in the column: Behind the Boardroom Door with Eleanor Bloxham, April 2008

Compensation and the Web

Discusses the lessons that can be learned from the recent capital hill testimony of compensation committee chairs.

IR Update in the column: Behind the Boardroom Door with Eleanor Bloxham, February 2008

Shareholder Measurements: What Do Shareholders Want

Discusses the importance of understanding measurements used to communicate with shareholders.

Accountability and Sarbox Coffee

Accountability Central, February 22, 2008

Discusses the next steps forward in promoting accountability and disclosure.

Model Risk and Accountability

Accountability Central, February 15, 2008

Discusses the model risks in credit models, accounting and corporate models of performance that every director, manager and investor should be aware of.

Accounting and the Seven Year Itch

Accountability Central, February 11, 2008

Discusses how the "head in the sand" approach to risk management continues to result in spectacular failures.

Accounting for Accountability

Accountability Central, February 1, 2008

Discusses how new accounting rules could strengthen investor and company awareness and a focus on the long-term.

Accountability and the Dance of Human Relations

Accountability Central, January 29, 2008

Discusses the parallels between human interactions and organizational stakeholder relations.

About Envy... and Accountability

Accountability Central, January 16, 2008

Discusses the many faces of envy that exist and how they should factor into boardroom decision-making.

IR Update in the column: Behind the Boardroom Door with Eleanor Bloxham, January 2008

2008: A Year of Opportunity

Discusses the opportunities for improved investor relations in the year ahead.

IR Update in the column: Behind the Boardroom Door with Eleanor Bloxham, December 2007

SOX Why it Happened and Why It Has Been Good for Investors and Companies - The Child Grows Up! , by Eleanor Bloxham and John Nash.

Reviews the Sarbanes-Oxley Act in its fifth year of implementation.

IR Update in the column: Behind the Boardroom Door with Eleanor Bloxham, November 2007

Inter-Connectivity: Good for Technology. Not so Good for Boardroom Service, by Eleanor Bloxham and Mary Louise Fazzano.

Discusses ways to leverage the director nominations process.

IR Update in the column: Behind the Boardroom Door with Eleanor Bloxham, October 2007

Compensation Disclosure: The Important Role of IROs

Discusses key areas IROs should review to improve compensation disclosure.

IR Update in the column: Behind the Boardroom Door with Eleanor Bloxham, August 2007

Enterprise Risk Management: The Important Role of IROs, by Eleanor Bloxham and Dan Borge.

Discusses how IROs can help boards assess risks and communicate enterprise risk efforts to investors.

IR Update in the column: Behind the Boardroom Door with Eleanor Bloxham, July 2007

Boards Are Establishing Shareholder Advisory Committees: What's the role of IROs? by Eleanor Bloxham and Susan Stautberg.

Discusses the emerging trend of shareholder advisory committees.

Shareholder Advisory Committees: Are They For You and Your Board?

Corporate Board Member, June 27, 2007

Explores the benefits of shareholder advisory committees.

Five Key Principles: Protecting Yourself and Your Board

Corporate Board Member, April 10, 2007

Outlines the five key principles directors should understand to limit their liability.

The Three Rs of Good Governance: Key to Building a Bridge of Trust

Investor Relations Update, March 2007

Discusses the role of the investor relations officer in building a bridge of trust.

Enterprise Risk Management: What Directors Need to Know Now

Corporate Board Member, February 27, 2007

By Eleanor Bloxham and Dan Borge, this article outlines the do's and don'ts on ERM that every director should know.

Chief Executive Magazine

Seeking Trust?

Chief Executive, January/February 2007

CEOs today face greater shareholder activism, more independent boards, cross border regulatory cooperation, greater media and rating agency scrutiny, and customers who increasingly respond to social and ethical arguments. CEOs and directors must focus on the three R's of good governance: relationships, risk and return.

Read the article...

A Call to Action: Brand Management Starts With the Board

Accountability-Central, August 10, 2006

Discusses the board's role in managing the company's reputation.

Wharton Leadership Digest

Corporate Governance: The Impact of Technology and Globalization

Wharton Leadership Digest, March 2006

Discusses the major trends in corporate governance today.

Risk Management and the CFO: A Risk or an Opportunity?, by Eleanor Bloxham and Dan Borge

Corporate Finance Review, March/April 2006

Examines the benefits and pitfalls to avoid in implementing enterprise risk management.

Creating Organizational Success for Your CEO and Your Shareholders, by Eleanor Bloxham and Blythe McGarvie

Directors Monthly, February, 2006

To create shareholder value and foster organizational success, CEOs must emphasize financial acuity and discipline across all levels of their company. Despite the apparent paradox, fiscal prudence is one of the principal drivers of innovation and wealth creation, particularly in merger and acquisition transactions.

Read the Article

The Information Boards Really Need

Directorship, December, 2005

Including the perspectives of directors who sit on large corporate boards, this article discusses the information boards need in today's environment.

SmartBytesTM

AthenaOnline, June 2, 2005

Eleanor Bloxham speaks on various corporate governance issues, with an emphasis on SOX, on 26 educational videos.

The Governance Chapter

Investor Relations Guide, May 2005

Kennedy Publications

Provides an overview of the trends influencing changes in corporate governance and examines best practices to help IR officers positively influence their company's governance to be competitive today and in the future.

Regulations and All That Jazz

Valuation Issues, March 31, 2005

Discusses recent changes to the SEC's requirements for 8-k reporting of material events.

Better Corporate and Environmental Management

Valuation Issues, March 14, 2005

Discusses the positive correlation between environmental citizenship, valuation and stock price.

Are CEOs Weak?

Valuation Issues, February 28, 2005

Discusses why companies, working to benefit all their stakeholders, will be more successful.

Natural Cycles

Valuation Issues, January 25, 2005

Encourages executives to recognize, accept and plan for the natural business cycles rather than just react to short term earnings pressures.

Acquire or Perish

Valuation Issues, January 25, 2005

Encourages CFOs to lead the way toward real growth instead of trying to buy growth through acquisitions.

What's Hot and What's Not

Valuation Issues, January 4, 2005

Lists the top 15 trends, actions, developments, issues and initiatives that are hot and not so hot for CEOs and CFOs intent on creating long-term value for investors, managers, employees and other stakeholders.

National Innovation Initiative Report

Council on Competitiveness, December 2004

As a member of the Council of Competitiveness's National Innovation Initiative, Eleanor Bloxham's comments are included in the final report.

Read the Report...

CEOs Not Surrendering

Clear-Profit, November 4, 2004

Discusses the growing trend toward corporate social responsibility.

Corporations and the Environment: Thoughts on Being Green

CFO.Com, October 15, 2004

Addresses the question: "Can companies still afford to be Green?"

Read the Article

Is Cash King -- or Pawn?

Valuation Issues, June 15, 2004

Raises the new issue of cash flow manipulation, cites the growing legion of critics and their claims, and gives examples of companies playing with the numbers.

The 80/20 Split

Valuation Issues, March 25, 2004

Discusses the importance of focusing on economic growth and resisting the temptation to give up economic value in order to smooth earnings.

Whose Side Are You On?

Valuation Issues, February 10, 2004

Highlights the importance of understanding the difference between GAAP accounting and valuation.

The Performance Management Game

The Corporate Board, November/December 2003

Discusses ways in which traditional performance measures can be "gamed" by management and explains to board members what to look for. 

Five Reasons to Employ Economic Value Management

The CEO Refresher, September 2003

New Jersey Society of CPAs,  August 2003

Institute of Management Accountants, August 2003

SmartPros and SmartPros Newsletter, July 2003

Outlines why Economic Value Management is and should be of broad interest to CEOs, financial executives, and Boards of Directors.

Derivations and Derivatives

Valuation Issues, July 30, 2003

Examines the real impact of recent accounting changes for derivatives and the need to look behind the numbers.

A Case Study: Evaluating Valuation Approaches
Valuation Issues, May 22, 2003

Boards and Managements have a growing interest in determining the best ways to place values on their lines of business. Which are the most valuable metrics to use? Should it be P/E, ROE or an economic-based measure?

The Independent Chair

Corporate Board Member and Bank Director, May 7, 2003

Presents arguments for and against an independent chair position using recent company examples.

Pay for Performance: It Impacts Everyone

CHRMS Newsletter, Spring 2003

Discusses the considerations in structuring pay to drive performance.

Unsolved Problems in Corporate Oversight

New York Times, Sunday February 9, 2003

Discusses how Boards and management can work together to improve corporate governance.

Redefining the IR Role

Shareholder Value, January/February 2003

Discusses the opportunities for Investor Relations professionals to play a more critical role in their companies and in supporting the activities of Boards.

Base Reward on Economic Value

Financial Times, September 23, 2002

Discusses the possibility for true CEO pay for performance.

Building Bridges of Trust

The Wall Street Journal, August 1, 2002

Discusses the benefits of reviewing the roles of the CEO, CFO and Audit Committee.

Don't Fire the Customer

American Banker, July 12, 2002

Discusses possible customer retention approaches.

Include Capital Cost in All Metrics

American Banker, January 4, 2002

Discusses improvements in bank performance measurements.

Rewarding Executives Who Know the Score
Executive Talent  Summer, 2001
Discusses new ways to think about the structure of compensation to promote good corporate governance and maximize value.
Finding Value Solutions: Its About Time
Journal of Cost Management, July/August 2001
Discusses four dimensions of time that can improve organizational performance.
Benefits of Diverse Boards Outweigh Disadvantages
Director's Monthly, May, 2001
Discusses the benefits of alternative Board selection approaches and processes.
Finding Value Solutions: Resolving Cost and Performance Conflicts
Journal of Cost Management, March/April 2001
Discusses obstacles to and solutions for becoming a high performance organization.

Intangibles, Human Capital and Options Value Measurement
Journal of Cost Management, November, 2000
Discusses new strategic valuation approaches

Read an excerpt...

Reward Executives For Creating Shareholder Value
Bank Accounting and Finance January, 2000
Discusses the benefits of a value based compensation program.

Read an excerpt...

Performance Measurement Through US Binoculars
Journal of Strategic Performance Measurement October, 1999
Describes the important benefits of a culture review particularly when making major organizational changes..

Read an excerpt...

Focus on Value-Based Management

CFO Magazine, October, 1999

Discusses improvements in planning processes and alignment that can yield significant results.

No Image Available Value Management: How to Make it Work 
Pointcast January, 1999
Describes key factors in value management implementation.
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Value Management - Holistic, Focused and Effective
Pointcast January, 1999

(Published in two parts)
Describes the benefits of value management to any organization.

Why Value Management?
Journal of Strategic Performance Measurement October, 1998
Describes the reasons to consider value management and the key factors in value management implementation

Read in excerpt...

Value Approach to Demutualization
National Underwriter October 26, 1998
Describes the valuation and process implications of demutualization from a value perspective

Read an excerpt...

Value Based Accounting Can Add Value
American Banker August 13, 1998
Co-authored with Eugene O'Kelly, describes the linkage between additional disclosure and increased share price from a value perspective.

Read an excerpt...

Risks and Opportunities
International Finance and Treasury June 8, 1998
Discusses risk management issues in a value context.
CFO Alert Economic Value: A Better Way to View the Bank
CFO Alert July 14, 1997
Describes the measurement and implementation issues and considerations of bank economic value. Read an excerpt...

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