Topic: Board performance

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7 questions to ask for your next board review

Planning a board review? In this extract from the AICD’s latest publication Reviewing Your Board, author Professor Geoffrey Kiel FAICD explains how to get the process right.

Staying on the ball

A recent AICD event in Adelaide highlighted the challenges of sports governance and what sporting organisations need to do to stay ‘on the ball’.

How to Make Your Board Smarter

Homogenous boards are at-risk boards, and as more organisations rethink the composition of their boards to better suit the times, cognitive diversity is what counts. Here’s our guide on how to get it,...

Recap: AICD's 10 most popular articles for 2017

As 2017 draws to a close we have curated a selection of the year’s most popular tips and insights for directors, including articles on risk, megatrends, culture and regulatory reform.

Elizabeth Proust talks diversity at the National Press Club

Alongside Jane Halton AO PSM GAICD and Peggy O'Neal FAICD, Elizabeth Proust discussed the opportunities and challenges in levelling the playing field for women in corporate Australia.

Performance review and appraisal of the CEO

Accountability for performance outcomes is a key tenet of good corporate governance, and as the most senior executive in the organisation it is important that the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is held...

Board recruitment

The board must ensure that it has the right mix of competencies to meet the company’s evolving needs.

The Strategist: Experience alone doesn't cut it anymore

As the ground rules for what constitutes an effective director shift, it’s becoming apparent that awareness and vision outweigh track record every time.

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.

Why good governance is important in the public sector

Governance affects an organisation’s performance, its appetite for risk and ability to innovate say Nigel Phair and Robert Kay ahead of their appearances at the AICD’s Public Sector Forum.
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