11:00 a.m.: Check In | Networking 11:30 a.m.: Lunch Served 11:45 a.m.: Program Start
1:15 p.m.: Program End
The accelerating pace and intensifying complexity of change are leading to the emergence of a fundamentally different operating reality than incumbent executives and directors have experienced in their careers to date. This shifting business paradigm has profound and immediate implications for boards, and these implications will intensify dramatically over the next 5 to 10 years. These implications are not new, but there is no doubt that all of them have recently become more acute and now pose an urgent challenge to board leaders.
Attendees will receive a copy of the 2019 Blue Ribbon Commission Report.
General Lester L. Lyles is a former United States Air Force general, Vice Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force, and Commander, Air Force Materiel Command, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. After retirement from the Air Force in 2003, he became a company director for General Dynamics, DPL Inc., KBR Incorporated, Precision Castparts Corp., MTC Technologies, Battelle Memorial Institute and USAA. Lyles is also a Trustee of Analytic Services and a Managing Partner of Four Seasons Ventures, LLC.
Eileen is a retired Deloitte partner and public and private board member with deep expertise in health care, strategy development, and governance. She currently serves as the chair of the Nominating and Governance committee of Everi Holdings, Inc (NYSE) and is an investor and advisor to Fino Consulting, a software development firm. She also currently serves on the UNLV Library advisory board. Past board positions include the University Medical Center of Southern Nevada, the Deloitte US Board of Directors, SHFL Entertainment, Nevada Health Centers. the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra and the Lewitsky Dance Company.
During her career with Deloitte, she led both national and global health care practices and served on the US Board of Directors and the US Executive Committee. Her last position was as the National Managing Partner of Research and Development.
Eileen is a NACD Board Leadership Fellow, a Certified Employee Benefit Specialist and a member of both the Nevada and Idaho chapters of the International Women’s Forum.
Friso van der Oord is director of research, responsible for all NACD content development. He is an experienced governance advisor and business line manager, who has worked over the last 15 years with Fortune 500 and global executives on major risk, compliance, and integrity challenges, including serving in leadership roles at CEB and LRN. He holds an MA in international relations from Johns Hopkins University's SAIS Program.