Topic: Board composition

Having the appropriate mix of competencies for a board to undertake its role is seen as the most important requirement of a modern board. The board must ensure that it has the right mix of competencies to meet the company’s evolving needs.

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Unions put the case for employee-elected directors

Changing the adversarial management-workers relationship needs to start in the boardroom, they argue.

How would your board respond to a psychologist in the boardroom?

AICD's head of Advocacy Louise Petschler discusses the integration of psychologists into the boardroom by ASIC.

Research-roundup on succession planning

A review of latest academic and industry research on succession planning.

Will fewer ex-CEOs consider future directorships?

And the implications for board succession-planning strategies.

Why every start up should have big ambitions

As design platform Canva hits $2.5bn in valuation, its founders say startup success is down to big goals and disciplined execution.

Key questions for boards on AI

Credit Union Australia set out on the AI path to make life easier for customers and employees. Here are CUA's lessons to help boards make the most of AI.

Trust vs turmoil: Buttrose and ABC board to choose next MD

As the ABC searches for a new managing director, newly-appointed ABC chair Ita Buttrose has been hailed as a “formidable advocate” for the ABC who will be influential in Canberra, former ABC chief Mar...

4 tips for becoming a successful chair

Carolyn Mitchell succeeded Alexandrea Cannon at Credit Union SA in 2017. They share their tips on how to become an effective chair.

Principle 3: Board composition

The board’s structure and composition enable it to fulfil its role effectively.

Board Diversity Statistics

At the Australian Institute of Company Directors we believe that we have a leadership role to play to improve board diversity both at home and internationally.
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