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The Dismal Science: The AICD’s economics podcast

In our new weekly podcast, AICD Chief Economist Stephen Walters discusses the economic news and issues that are affecting Australian boards.

The time for tinkering is over

The AICD last week released its latest Blueprint for Growth, a comprehensive plan to help boost productivity. With economic problems mounting, it is time to stop tinkering around the edges and get ser...

AICD delegation meets Prime Minister to promote national reform

An AICD delegation met with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, Opposition Leader Bill Shorten, and other political heavyweights of all stripes in Canberra last week, AICD Advocacy Manager Amber O’Connel...

Are you prepared to ensure your organisation’s solvency?

A new pilot program, Company Directors Course Specialisation: Ensuring Solvency, will help directors make the right calls overseeing organisations in financial stress and navigating Australia’s harsh ...

Proposed insolvency reforms signal good news for directors and the economy

In welcome news for directors and the economy, the Federal Government has introduced draft legislation for insolvency law reform that includes a proposal to introduce a safe harbour provision.

Behind closed doors: the 7 conversations dominating Australia’s boardrooms

In the lead up to International Women’s Day, the Australian Institute of Company Directors gathered together seven of Australia’s pre-eminent female directors to discuss the big issues they are confro...

5 top global risks in 2017

In an interconnected world shocks can spread swiftly and with devastating impact. A new World Economic Forum Report, based on a survey of experts, ranks the top global risks that could shake your orga...

“You could see history changing”: World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2017

At a time when the established global order looks shakier than ever, this year’s World Economic Forum annual meeting shaped as one of the most important in its near forty year history. The AICD’s Chie...

Premier’s Regret a Warning for Turnbull

If Malcolm Turnbull doesn’t take action soon, he and the outgoing NSW Premier will be reminiscing over the same missed opportunity for years to come, writes AICD Chairman Elizabeth Proust.

Improving the state of the world

AICD Chief Economist Stephen Walters interviews Nicholas Davis, Head of Society and Innovation at the World Economic Forum, on the Forum's aims, adapting to technological change and the long-term outl...
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