Governance driving performance

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Emerging themes of governance and performance

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

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.

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.

Fostering the nimbleness and creativity of start-ups through governance for performance

Chairman and leading tech investor David Kirk spells out what it takes to excel as a director of a fast-growth venture.

Studies show ESG investment has solid payoff

New research is strengthening the case for organisations to invest more in their Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) skills and to view them as a key asset in driving higher returns and long-te...

A broader perspective on board diversity

Boards have an opportunity to take a broader view of diversity that can improve decision-making and lift organisation performance.

Cultural intelligence improves performance in diverse settings

Cultural intelligence is becoming a bigger issue for boards as more Australian organisations expand overseas and look to capitalise on strong growth in emerging Asian markets.
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