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Topic: Board meetings
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Governance Leadership Centre
Directors, would you record your board meetings?
1 June 2019 | Zilla Efrat
How much detail do you need to ensure accurate board minutes? Following the banking Royal Commission directors debate should meetings be transcribed, or even recorded?
How to get your board minutes right
1 February 2019
Who takes the minutes? What is the purpose? How much detail is necessary? Here's all you need to know about improving your board minutes.
Should your board be using in-camera sessions?
1 December 2018
Regular sessions held in camera allow directors to freely air issues without the presence of management. Here's why it should be added to your next board agenda.
Top tips for making the most of your board papers
31 August 2018 | Narelle Hooper MAICD
Senior directors and facilitators explain how brevity, clarity and colour can help you get the best out of your board papers.
Case to deepen the director gene pool
20 July 2018
Australian companies must cast their nets wider if they are to thrive internationally.
Future of boardroom composition
20 July 2018 | Tony Featherstone
Nine trends that could change the face of boards by 2030.
Organisation intangibles drown in a sea of data
17 May 2018 | Tony Featherstone
Board packs are light on the human factors that define a company’s people and culture.
Reporting to the board
On Board Forums: taking the next step
29 November 2017
The AICD’s On Board Forums provide an opportunity for emerging female directors to build their networks and learn from Australia’s most distinguished directors. Ahead of events to be held ...
Board meeting agenda
31 October 2017
The purpose of a board meeting agenda is to improve the effectiveness of board meetings.
31 October 2017
Board minutes are used to record the decisions of the board. They are used to convey board decisions to the executives who will implement the decisions and serve as reference for the board if it wishe...