Topic: Board competencies

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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...

The 5 steps boards should take to deal with crises

There may be no greater test of a board than how it deals with a crisis. The nerves, emotional responses and judgment of the directors are all tested in a time-critical situation. Mark Carrick GAICD o...

Megatrends, Cybersecurity, Innovation and Failure

Leading ASX directors, including Kevin McCann AM FAICD, Wendy Stops GAICD and Roger Corbett AO FAICD, shared practical insights on their toughest challenges at the recent AICD ASX Sector Forum

Good Governance Principles and Guidance for NFP Organisations

As part of our commitment to the Not-for-Profit (NFP) sector and its directors we have developed the Good Governance Principles and Guidance for Not-for-Profit Organisations (the Principles and Guidan...

Inside government boards

After making the jump from a career as a corporate lawyer in the early 1990s, Elizabeth Montano FAICD has gone on to carve a long and successful career in the Australian Public Service.

How Australian boards and businesses can bridge the cultural gap with Asia: Speech by Dr Margaret By...

Dr Margaret Byrne is a management consultant, executive coach and researcher on leadership and change management. She was interviewed at the AICD’s 2015 Company Directors Conference in Kuala Lumpur ab...

Issues and challenges facing Australian boards and directors

While a majority of directors anticipate increase in M&A activity in 2015, increased levels of uncertainty in a number of areas may cause directors to pause for thought before engaging in ‘m...

Board composition and skills mix

Ensuring that board members have an appropriate mix of skills, competencies and characteristics is an important aspect of good governance and is critical to organisational performance.

Six steps towards a board skills matrix

Jane Stuchberry explains how to develop a board skills matrix that will withstand public scrutiny.
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