Topic: Over-the-horizon thinking

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Balancing purpose and profit through good governance

B Corporation movement has implications for boards of emerging Australian companies.

Do directors’ duties expand to human rights issues?

Damage to a company’s reputation from poor human rights practices may be a breach of directors’ duties.

Climate-related disclosures on governance horizon

Task Force for Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) provides recommendations that keep investors up to date on risks.

Benefiting from diversity in the boardroom

Governance Leadership Centre Deputy Executive Director, Louise Pocock, discusses how diversity can improve board decision-making

Future of boardroom composition

Nine trends that could change the face of boards by 2030.

Case to deepen the director gene pool

Australian companies must cast their nets wider if they are to thrive internationally.

Adjusting to a new model for corporate governance

BlackRock’s Larry Fink believes boards need more involvement in a company’s long-term strategy, and a responsibility to all stakeholders and social purpose.

Bringing to life the value creation process in corporate reporting

The reporting process should be seen as an investment which can bring huge rewards, says Dr Carol Adams.

Changing the conversation from ‘short-termism’ to long-term strategy

A focus on strategy, sustainability and values over a longer horizon can reduce the risk of unethical behaviour within companies.
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