Topic: Strategy

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The Digital Director

Domini Stuart considers the strategic role of the director in an increasingly technology driven business world.

How provocative is your board?

This is the second in a series of articles by Sally Freeman, Partner in Charge of KPMG’s Risk Consulting and Peter Nash, KPMG’s Australian Chairman, that looks at the changing context of governance, a...

The 8 best books of 2016 for directors

In time for your summer beach reading, the AICD picks its books of the year, including a biography of Alibaba founder Jack Ma, Michael Lewis’s follow up to Moneyball, and radical thinking on culture a...

All aboard

With the inland railway infrastructure project building momentum, Alexandra Cain explains why now is the time for those involved to start drawing up strategic plans.

The questions SMEs should ask to drive innovation

In the third part of an ongoing series on innovation for SMEs, Andrew Klapka, CEO of Trans Chem, sets out the questions SMEs must ask to define their ‘axes of innovation’.

Taking back control: putting strategy on the NFP agenda

The AICD’s latest research reveals that NFP boards are spending too much time on operational issues at the expense of the strategic stewardship of their organisations, writes NFP Sector Leader Phil Bu...

Insight: Directors under siege

For listed companies facing a takeover bid, preparing an effective strategic and tactical response is crucial, write Tony Damian and Clayton James.

Inside the Boardroom with Holly Ransom

In March Holly Ransom became the youngest director of an AFL club when she was appointed to the board of Port Adelaide Football Club. She is also CEO of Emergent, a leadership and strategic advisory c...

The Futurist

Phil Ruthven examines Australia’s best-performing companies and finds ownership does not always determine excellence.

Feature: Climbing to the top

Aligning remuneration and culture in business is no mean feat. Christopher Niesche considers how companies should incentivise staff to build the right culture.
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