Topic: Australian Governance Summit


"A board is like an orchestra": Sam Mostyn on high-performing boards

Sam Mostyn MAICD, Non-Executive Director of the Sydney Swans, Mirvac and Transurban, explains how humility, open-mindedness and conducting skills will be increasingly valuable attributes for board mem...

Insights on the new boardroom mindset

Sam Mostyn MAICD, a leading director and sustainability expert, shares her insights on the ideal composition and thinking of a modern board.

The Dismal Science: The AICD’s economics podcast

In our new weekly podcast, AICD Chief Economist Stephen Walters discusses the economic news and issues that are affecting Australian boards.

Summit 2017: A cultural force

In his closing keynote address, Simon McKeon AO FAICD discussed the importance of culture in driving excellent business performance.

Summit 2017: Call for action

Delegates at this year’s Australian Governance Summit were urged to lead the way when it comes to navigating a rapidly changing and complex environment, writes Angela Faherty.

Summit 2017: The productivity challenge

Improving productivity and infrastructure investment were the hot topics at the Australian Governance Summit’s economist discussion. Angela Faherty reports.

Upfront - Governing for the future

Elizabeth Proust reflects on the key issues to emerge from last month’s Australian Governnace Summit and considers the future drivers of long-term growth.

Summit 2017: Changes ahead

Adapting to a changing and volatile world was the key message for delegates at this year’s Australian Governance Summit, writes Angela Faherty.

From blind spots to sweet spot

The Australian Institute of Company Directors are pleased to partner with Dr Robert Kay MAICD and Dr Chris Goldspink of Incept Labs to present the final stage of their research that has been conducted...

Elizabeth Bryan keynote address at the Australian Governance Summit 2017

Elizabeth Bryan AM FAICD, Chairman, Virgin Australia, provided an overview of what boards should do to ready themselves for the future and the unknown changes that it will inevitably incorporate: beco...
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