Topic: Group think

Every organisation is vulnerable to falling into group-think. Let AICD help you maintain creativity and think outside of the box.

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Updating governance for changing times

A recent study published in the Harvard Business Review argues that a broader, longer view is needed, that thinks beyond the short-term needs of shareholders.

Leading by example

A new report from the 30% Club shares insights on board diversity taken from exclusive interviews conducted with ASX 200 chairs that have reached 30 per cent women on their boards.

Facilitating Dissent

The role of the chair is essential to developing meaningful boardroom discussions that stimulate debate and avoid groupthink, writes Alexandra Cain.

Avoiding the Merit Trap: how organisations actually pick the best people

Blind faith in your ability to pick the best people based on merit will condemn your organisation to recruiting from a limited pool. If organisations are to get the leaders they need for the future, t...

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...

Driving board and organisational performance through Appreciative Inquiry

What Appreciative Inquiry (AI) is and how it can be used to improve the performance of organisations and boards.

Avoiding groupthink and improving board performance

Boards may make better decisions if directors have some understanding of the psychology of decision-making.

Leading directors discuss the relationship between good governance and organisational performance

Roundtableparticipants discuss the relationship between governance and organisational performance. Viewing governance as compliance is too narrow.
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