Topic: Board dynamics

Does you board-selection process take account of different personality types and temperaments?

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Risk and Reward

Sitting on a government board used to be apolitical, but government short-termism means the risks associated with board stability have now increased. Domini Stuart explains

Opinion: Talking about my generation

With more representation of millennials on Australian boards an inevitability in coming years, AICD millennial Lucas Ryan asks what contribution his generation will make to the contemporary understand...

Opinion: Do we need separate ‘owners boards’?

Do private businesses need a second shareholders’ board to balance the interests of owners? Ahead of his appearances at AICD events in Sydney and Melbourne in February, Ludo Van der Heyden, INSEAD Cha...

Is bias limiting your performance?

True diversity is more than just skin deep. Juliet Bourke’s Which Two Heads are Better Than One? provides strategies for time-poor and cognitively-stretched leaders to overcome three key biases that c...

Is the role of the chair changing?

Once a ceremonial or advisory role, the responsibilities and challenges of chairing a board are continuing to evolve.

Should skill matrices include boardroom behaviour?

The publication of board skill matrices from most ASX 200 companies is an excellent governance development. But matrices must go further: expanded information on directors that is aligned with strateg...
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