‘Corporate Governance and Technological Risks’

“Technology has become so critical to organizational performance that it is now a major boardroom issue, even for firms whose products are not themselves ‘tech’. Technology of ever-increasing sophistication and connectivity is used in production processes, supply chains, and to coordinate the work of employees. At the same time, data has become an ever-more-important asset class, creating both the potential to create value and – if security is mishandled – a potentially existential reputational risk. This project is concerned with exploring the implications for corporate governance practices of the ways in which smart technology is changing how firms operate …” (more)

[John Armour, Oxford Business Law Blog, 23 February]

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