When it comes to technology, the boardroom has been learning a new language: mobile, social, cloud, cyber security, digital disruption and more. As our boardroom agendas often get 德州扑克在线 filled with discussions on risk, Larraine Segil, director at Frontier Communications, lays out what boards must do to prepare. Read the rest of this entry
Larraine Segil, CEO of Little Farm Company, was a keynote speaker at the Banco Santander W50 Program, ”Preparing Our Women Board Members of Tomorrow,” at the UCLA Anderson School of Management.
Larraine Segil was named Top Woman of Influence in Los Angeles for Board Directors by Broads Circle. She was voted for the honor by 4000 Los Angeles business women.
I was surprised and am humbled and thank all who voted for me!
Larraine Segil will be speaking at the Annual conference for the National Association of corporate directors on the role of the Chair and Lead Director. Read the rest of this entry
We are excited to announce that our Scholar Network continues to grow and thrive!
C200 Scholars are young women, selected by C200 members while they are MBA or STEM graduate students, as the women we believe will be the next generation of women business leaders. With the leadership and support of Roz Alford and Karen Greenbaum, we have built a strong and connected network which aims to support these women as they navigate their career paths. Read the rest of this entry
Dissolving a marriage is a taxing and potentially gut-wrenching process for anyone. But when a CEO goes through such an event, boards have to walk the line between allowing their chief executive and fellow board member to have a private life and ensuring that the company CEO is delivering results and performing up to expectations. Read the rest of this entry
Larraine Segil Board Member Frontier Communications and Chair Committee of 200 Foundation on Bloomberg talking about Women in Leadership Positions.
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In the pre-Internet days, companies rarely partnered with rivals. But in the post-Internet days, striking alliances with competitors has become a trend. Increasingly, competitors have become business partners rather than foes. Read the rest of this entry