Topic: Success planning

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Board recruitment

The board must ensure that it has the right mix of competencies to meet the company’s evolving needs.

Rules of the game

Appointing a CEO is one of the key roles of a board. As more companies appoint non-executive directors to the top job, Alexandra Cain considers the benefits and pitfalls of the approach.

How to plan for a successful 2017

At the start of a new year, directors will be thinking of their development goals. What are the skills and capabilities they should be working on to make 2017 a success?

In the know

Examine what it takes to govern through complexity and change at Australia’s largest annual gathering of business leaders and governance professionals.

A round-up of latest governance research

This month’s research round-up considers technology’s next great trends; strengthening the external-affairs capabilities of organsiations; investor relations and the board’s role; CEO personality trai...

The role of boards of the acquiring company in M&A

Over the past few months, the Governance Leadership Centre has examined the role of boards in M&A across different stages of a transaction. The series addresses key questions that boards need to ask a...

Choosing a CEO for the future

Choosing a CEO is the responsibility of the board and, arguably, its most important role.

Cultural risk: Raising awareness about cultural assumptions, expectations and preferences

Dr Margaret Byrne is an award winning management consultant, executive coach and researcher on leadership and change management. She was recently interviewed at the AICD’s Company Directors Conf...

Tackling shareholder activism

“Australian companies need to plan for the possibility of an activist attack”.
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