Corporate Governance in the Social Age: A Case for Expanding the Reach of Enterprise Software

In his recent 7 Rules for Corporate Governance Success in the Social Age blog post, Barry Libert, CEO of Boston-based OpenMatters, urges companies to begin thinking about governance - or, the set of systems, principles and processes by which a company is governed - from the social perspective. That means that in addition to all of their existing roles, boards now have the added responsibility of shepherding their leaders and organizations into today's socially connected world.


Requires FREE Membership to View

Become a Member Joining gives you free, unlimited access to news, analysis, white papers, case studies, product brochures, and more, and it’s all FREE. You’ll also receive periodic email newsletters with the latest relevant articles and content updates.
About Bridget McCrea

Bridget McCrea covers business and technology topics for various publications. She can be reached at

Read full bio...