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GLC in conversation: Building public confidence in Australian companies

AICD facilitator and principal of Shortland Consulting, David Shortland MAICD, reflects on the importance of trust, stakeholder engagement and leadership.

Trust in the digital economy

Boards must think more broadly about the link between cybersecurity and community trust, says leading corporate communications expert.

Should boards be more vocal in the public debate?

Opinion split on directors expressing individual views on issues of national concern.

Unpacking the nebulous concept of trust

The ‘Trust Lady’, Vanessa Hall, discusses how directors can grow trust in their organisations.

Where do we stand on trust, why does it matter and what next?

Edited extract of a speech by AICD Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer, Angus Armour to CEDA on 29 June 2018.

Research round-up

Here is a snapshot of latest academic and market research on governance issues, ranging from board purpose, to cyber security, AGMs, board committees and PhD directors.

Dealing with the regulator and other stakeholders – whose job is it anyway?

While the major revelations from the Hayne Royal Commission and APRA’s prudential inquiry into the Commonwealth Bank of Australia have dominated front pages over recent months, limited attention has b...

Foundations of Trust

Trust has multiple dimensions and rebuilding it requires different thinking and new board competencies. Insights from the recent KPMG-AICD Trust Survey helps directors make more sense of the changing ...

Governance of the Nation 2018: A report card on progress

Last year, the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) set out a plan to sustain and boost Australia’s growth and prosperity with a clear case for national reform. One year on, the case for a...

‘We must do better’: Progress on national reforms needed before 2019 election

A year of constitutional turmoil and political wrangling has seen Australia slip further from achieving the reforms needed to boost national productivity and prosperity.
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