RALEIGH, N.C. – September 6, 2018. FMI Corporation, the leading provider of management consulting and investment banking services to engineering and construction, infrastructure and the built environment, is pleased to announce the release of its third “FMI Quarterly” issue for 2018. The publication (co-sponsored by Zurich) presents a collection of industry insights focused on corporate governance, leadership, ownership transition and risk management as well as various narratives on how leaders can build their legacy.
Chris Daum, CEO of FMI, states, “Focused on quality people effectively managing risk, the E&C industry is constantly evolving and morphing. And as our baby-boom generation increasingly heads toward the exit door and retirement, good corporate governance and effective leadership development at all levels of the organization are the keys for your firm not only to survive but also to thrive—and for our industry as a whole to prosper.”
In this Quarterly edition, authors highlight topics including, but not limited to, the talent gap in corporate governance, private equity’s growing role in shaping the built environment, the resurgence of employee stock ownership plans (ESOPs), the value of a long-term field leader program, and how to effectively balance recognition and rewards with independent board governance.
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