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Top directors pick their best reads of 2017

Catch up on essential summer reading for directors looking to expand their thinking ahead of 2018, as recommended by preeminent AICD members.

Is your organisation mindful of its ESG impact?

Boards are being urged to identify strategies and outcomes as greater focus is placed on environmental, social and governance principles for ethical investing.

Learnings from the ASX Corporate Governance Principles 4th edition

From climate change to remuneration, the fourth edition of the ASX Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations raises significant new issues for boards.

4 areas of focus on our Forward Governance Agenda

From culture to accountability, the results from AICD's Forward Governance Agenda consultation show the main areas of focus for the director community moving forward.

Board minutes in the spotlight

The importance of accurate board minutes came under the spotlight at the Financial Services Royal Commission, and governance professionals are now reviewing their minute taking practices to ensure the...

Indigenous business leaders gain new boardroom skills

Indigenous leaders often say they work not just for their own businesses but to better their whole communities. That’s why Indigenous governance is a powerful and important force. In May this year, an...

Fast growth challenges Indigenous boards

Cairns-based BDO Audit Partner Greg Mitchell GAICD outlines why fast growth is one of the main challenges facing Indigenous boards.

Balanced reform

A period of stable government is an opportunity for reform that must not be wasted.

APRA report identifies 4 areas of improvement for financial boards

Management and boards are under pressure with the release of APRA's report on governance, accountability and culture of large financial companies.

Do boards have a blind spot when assessing their own effectiveness?

AICD's head of Advocacy Louise Petschler discusses APRA's report on governance, culture and accountability following the banking Royal Commission.

Why public servants are an asset in the private sector

Perceptions of how government and business work could not be more different. Government is layered, complex and bureaucratic, while business is lean, mean and profit-driven. But the reality of oversee...
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