Topic: Australian Governance Summit 2017

SHOWING 1 - 10 OF 35 RESULTS
DISPLAY
SORT BY

6 sessions you shouldn’t miss at the Australian Governance Summit

The AICD’s Australian Governance Summit will be held in Melbourne next week, bringing together 1,000 of Australia’s foremost boardroom leaders. From an exciting program that takes a deeper look at the...

Fraser review fails investors

Bernie Fraser’s long-awaited report on industry superannuation governance represents a missed opportunity to lift the quality of governance in this important sector.

For the good of the game: Gideon Haigh on sports governance

In a market more fickle than ever, sporting boards are under pressure to deliver growth, while maintaining the integrity of their game. Gideon Haigh, one of Australia’s pre-eminent writers on sport an...

An investor’s view on shareholder engagement

Directors of listed companies have a critical role to play in communicating with and engaging shareholders. The AICD spoke with AMP Capital’s Karin Halliday for an investor’s perspective on what makes...

Why we must fail better

OzForex director Melinda Conrad FAICD, former New South Wales Premier The Hon Nick Greiner AC FAICDLife, Telstra director Steve Vamos and governance consultant Jane Allen share their thoughts on the q...

Boards, innovation and disruption

Disruption and innovation are key strategic priorities for today’s businesses, and boards must be equipped to deal with the challenges. KPMG Innovate partner James Mabbott explains how they should pre...

Building a strong foundation

As chairman of the Clontarf Foundation, Ross Kelly has firm ambitions to drive the not-for-profit company’s growth and further the opportunities for disengaged Aboriginal youths, reports Domini Stuart...

Improving the state of the world

AICD Chief Economist Stephen Walters interviews Nicholas Davis, Head of Society and Innovation at the World Economic Forum, on the Forum's aims, adapting to technological change and the long-term outl...

What does good board diversity look like?

This is the third in a series of articles by Sally Freeman, Partner in Charge of KPMG’s Risk Consulting and Peter Nash, KPMG’s Australian Chairman, that looks at the changing context of governance, an...

Long way to the top

Deborah Page AM FAICD, a director of BT Investment Management and Brickworks, shares her journey from hockey umpire to some of Australia’s most prestigious boards.
SHOWING 1 - 10 OF 35 RESULTS
1 2 3 4