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Lila MacLellan


New York, NY, United States

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Recent articles by Lila:

Companies can’t respond to every political issue. Here’s how boards should decide when to speak up

Boards can't ignore the new reality: Politics in the workplace is here to stay. → Read More

Million-dollar bonuses aren’t enough to stop the C-suite exodus after a CEO departs

Companies see immediate C-suite turnover when the CEO departs. → Read More

The departure of Peloton’s founder from its board creates space for ‘transformative change’

The board shake-up is a positive sign for investors. → Read More

Boards are taking a more expansive view of diversity, but it might be at the expense of gender parity

The Broadsheet, Fortune Most Powerful Women by Emma Hinchliffe → Read More

Your boardroom meeting shouldn’t look like a scene from ‘Succession.’ Here’s how to avoid infighting and power struggles

“Power makes people do strange things,” says one expert. → Read More

McDonald’s board shake-up reveals a critical problem in executive ranks: a lack of transparency

Boardroom transparency still has a long way to go. → Read More

McDonald’s board shake-up creates more questions than answers—that’s a problem

The fast-food chain’s board reshuffle is shrouded in mystery. → Read More

How cautious should boards be in a confusing economy?

This is the time for prudent risk-taking, says Yale's Jeffrey Sonnenfeld. → Read More

What Tesla’s annual general meeting signals about the future of unions on boardroom agendas

Influential proxy advisors are increasingly supporting shareholder proposals aimed at workers' rights. → Read More

Corporate boards aren’t ready for this shift in executive pay

More shareholders are voting against executive pay packages that aren't tied to ESG metrics. → Read More

Abortion benefits make their way into the boardroom post-Roe

Corporate boards must factor abortion rights into their ESG conversations, experts say. → Read More

Job training in the metaverse

Learning new skills via VR became a multi-billion-dollar industry during the pandemic. Where can it go from here? → Read More

God is disappearing from the gun control debate

An analysis of online reactions to the mass shootings in Buffalo and Texas suggest that people are no longer looking to God for solutions to the US gun problem. → Read More

Apple store employees in Maryland have formed the company’s first US union

Workers at the store will become the first unionized Apple employees in the US. → Read More

Apple store employees are voting whether to join the wave of unionization

Apple employee stores are joining Starbucks baristas in a labor trend that's growing across the US. → Read More

The problem with Sweden’s talking trash bins

Getting people to pick up litter shouldn't involve objectifying women or connecting them so explicitly with garbage. → Read More

Only half of workers asked back to the office full-time are actually going

Companies that ask people to come in two, three, or even four days per week are seeing far more people—84%—respect their office policies. → Read More

A beginner’s guide to the Robbers Cave experiment

Everything you need to know about the Robbers Cave experiment in five minutes or less, including why it might all be about survival of the friendliest. → Read More

The list of companies that joined the world’s biggest four-day week experiment

The list of companies that joined a huge six-month trial of the four-day week includes restaurants, retailers, charities, and advertising firms. → Read More

Working flexible hours can make you feel less motivated

Breaking free of the nine-to-five sounds like freedom, but it comes with a surprising cost. → Read More