Governance driving performance

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Changing the conversation from ‘short-termism’ to long-term strategy

A focus on strategy, sustainability and values over a longer horizon can reduce the risk of unethical behaviour within companies.

When people and technology collide - a checklist for boards

Upskilling boards to handle the new machine age’s benefits and pitfalls

Boards and human resources in the digital economy

Directors are spending more time with HR executives, to understand how their organisation is adapting to changing labour force trends.

Governance in the new machine age

Boards must understand the digital economy’s impact on their organisation’s current and future workforce.

Recent Research Insights (February 2017)

A snapshot of recent papers on governance studies and trends. Board size, personal morals, cyber-security and crisis management feature.

Emerging themes of governance and performance

The GLC scans recent corporate governance studies to identify trends on governance and firm performance.

Mutual Accountability – an effective dynamic for boards and management

Gavin Nicholson from QUT shares insights on creating a healthy dynamic between management and the board.

New GLC research by Dr Alex Frino on director independence - “balanced boards outperform”

The AICD’s Governance Leadership Centre is pleased to launch its latest commissioned research, exploring the relationship between board independence and stock price performance.

Academic perspectives on independence – mixed views on definitions and value

There are mixed views in academia on the merits of board independence and structural definitions. Tony Featherstone explores some of the current debates.

How Chairs view board independence – GLC research series

In April 2016 the GLC published a study by Dr Robert Kay and Dr Chris Goldspink that shows that director ‘mind-set’ and collective independence are critical for board performance.
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