Practice of governance

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Hybrid AGMs welcome, but the future is virtual

Online-only meetings the key to solving ‘dysfunctional’ AGM format.

Dangers of ‘lone-insider’ boards

A selection of recent international journal articles on board/CEO issues.

How to reduce decision-making bias on boards

Diversity in thinking styles, perspectives needed, says Deloitte’s Juliet Bourke.

Linking corporate reputation with executive pay

Short-term incentives in firing line amid reputational damage.

Director ‘overload’ under increasing scrutiny

The push to hold fewer board seats risks long-term governance damage, says leading Australian researcher.

Responsible investing lifts governance expectations

More capital invested on basis of Environmental, Social, Governance (ESG) performance.

Small-cap floats warm up the IPO market

Would-be directors need to have due-diligence processes before accepting positions on newly listed entities.

Overstretched and overcommitted: the risks of director ‘busyness’

A new US research paper argues that directors of the largest US financial firms are ‘too busy’ to execute their governance roles effectively. What lessons can we take for Australia?

Updating governance for changing times

A recent study published in the Harvard Business Review argues that a broader, longer view is needed, that thinks beyond the short-term needs of shareholders.
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