Topic: Not-for-Profit


governance in focus disability organisations

The AICD released its NFP Governance and Performance Study in September 2017, providing our annual insight into governance trends and concerns for the NFP sector.

Testing times for aid agencies

Rising operational risks and funding constraints challenge boards.

Coping with tumultuous change in the disabilities sector

Vision Australia chairman uses his disability and expertise in law and banking to good effect in governance.

Good governance remuneration practices in NFPs

Arguments ‘for’ and ‘against’ the remuneration of non-executive directors of NFP organisations.

A purposeful future – what’s profit in 2050?

Is the division between the for-profit and not-for-profit sectors still relevant?

Key regulatory updates for NFPs and charities

As another year comes to an end, we thought it timely to provide regulatory updates on new laws and guidance that impact the not-for-profit (NFP) and charities sector. Looking ahead, we have also pro...

Crucial advice for all aspiring directors

From having passion to the importance of asking dumb questions, Simon McKeon AO, chair of Summer Housing, shares important advice for all aspiring directors.

Aged Care Royal Commission interim report released – Impacts for NFP Governance

The Interim Report of the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety titled Neglect was released on 31 October 2019 and says the system designed to care for older Australians is woefully inade...

A board reboot works at Outward Bound

The board of Outward Bound had a problem common to many not-for-profits – a long-serving but ageing group of directors. Enter a new chair, who carried out a board refresh which has resulted in a new a...

Australian-first study reveals boardroom gap on innovation

Directors are often too focused on short-term results and traditional risks, rather than the potential disruption facing their organisations, according to a study released by the Australian Institute ...
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