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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Disruption expected to speed up revolving door of executive leadership

Differentiating between poor CEO performance and industry change becoming a bigger challenge, as boards hold management more accountable.

Research and Reports

Links to research and reports conducted by external organisations.

30 percent by 2018

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.

Directors, are you asking enough questions in the boardroom?

Bronwyn Morris, president and chair of the Royal Automobile Club of Queensland (RACQ), reflects that directors should never be afraid to look for answers.

Good Catch

Culture change starts with new faces at the table and requires recognising the dangers of a win-at-all costs-mentality, argues newly elected Cricket NSW director Alex Blackwell MAICD.

Human and robo directors set to rub shoulders

Artificial intelligence expected to have a bigger role in board decision-making.

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.

What can Australia learn from global board models?

The banking Royal Commission has prompted increased scrutiny of Australian board governance models. AICD explores global jurisdictions and where we can take inspiration.

How a passion for rugby helped this construction giant succeed

Family values, a public governance mindset and a passion for rugby helped Buildcorp founders Tony and Josephine Sukkar succeed in the construction industry.

Benefiting from diversity in the boardroom

Governance Leadership Centre Deputy Executive Director, Louise Pocock, discusses how diversity can improve board decision-making
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