Topic: Governance

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Review of not for profit good governance principles

The Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) is seeking feedback on the review of the 'Good governance principles and guidance for not-for-profit organisations' (Principles), originally releas...

Developing principles of good governance for NFPs

The AICD is currently undertaking a review of its Good governance principles and guidance for not-for-profit organisations (Principles). The purpose of the review is to bring the Principles up-to-date...

Consultation on reforms to address corporate misuse of the Fair Entitlements Guarantee (F...

The AICD has provided a submission to the Treasury and the Department of Jobs and Small Business in relation to proposed reforms to address corporate misuse of the Fair Entitlements Guarantee (FEG) sc...

NAIDOC Week 2018: Because of her, we can!

In celebration of NAIDOC week, the AICD has profiled five Indigenous women to spotlight their role trailblazing across sectors and in the governance community.

Risk culture in the boardroom

Directors need a clear vision of what their organisation’s risk culture should look like, and how the organisation can get there.

Reflections on APRA Report on CBA

Graham Bradley AM FAICD summarises key findings and implications of the APRA Report.

APRA debate yields divergent views on governance and board roles

Calls for directors to have full-time resources, greater clarity on workloads.

Difficulties of rewarding bosses for achieving soft targets

Culture is not something boards can easily define, measure or pay executives for.

Organisation culture fallout from the APRA report

Boards must be alert to early-warning signs on culture.

Reviews of super fund governance bring insights for all directors

Two important reports were released in May 2018 highlighting concerns with the governance practices in the superannuation sector.

Should directors brave a school board?

Social and reputational risk, increasing legal demands and greater scrutiny are making school governance more challenging for directors.
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