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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Searching for PNG's directors of the future

The AICD's Advisory team is working with ASX 200 company Oil Search to train the next generation of PNG directors.

Taking care of governance

Australia's largest not-for-profit health fund HCF continues to strive for best practice in governance and serving its members, explains its board of directors.

Let’s talk about quotas

In the most recent Gender Diversity Progress report released today by the AICD, Janelle Weissman, Executive Director of UN Women, explores the use of quotas in the workforce and what can be done to cl...

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 sweet spot

New research into board composition has found the ideal balance between director independence and company performance. Tony Featherstone reports.

‘A change has got to come’: governance reform in the UK

With anti-elite sentiment in the UK running high following the Brexit vote, the British government is contemplating moves to curb executive pay and require worker representatives on boards. The Boardr...
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