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Creating a data driven future: AICD and Data61 launch 'Cyber for Directors'
29 November 2017 | Steph D'Souza
The Australian Institute of Company Directors in collaboration with Data61 launched a new course earlier this month to help directors stay up-to-date on the risks and opportunities of the cyber age.
Futureproofing your skills
29 November 2017
Louise McElvogue GAICD speaks to the directors taking their digital education seriously.
28 November 2017 | Steph D'Souza
Professional development priorities for directors and governance leaders in the year ahead.
Update: Making sense of the technology cycle
1 November 2017 | Narelle Hooper MAICD
The most recent Hype Cycle identifies three tech megatrends gaining ground in late 2017 and notes where they sit on the curve.
Directors @ Social
1 November 2017
For directors, the benefits can outweigh the risks of embracing social media — provided you follow a few ground rules.
7 long-term megatrends reshaping our region
1 November 2017 | Beverley Uther
The CSIRO’s Data61 Insight Team identifies for the November Company Director magazine the main social, economic and environmental megatrends that organisations in the Indo-Pacific region will face ove...
Economy and society and sustainability
Trends in transition
26 September 2017
Organisations are looking to recruit from the executive ranks to bring digital skills to their boards, writes Dr Ann-Maree Moodie FAICD.
The last word: Kee Wong FAICD
26 September 2017 | Kath Walters
Boards need to put technology and innovation at the top of their agendas to ensure they stay relevant, says advisor, director and entrepreneur
Need to Know: Future of work
26 September 2017
The workers you will need in 2030.
The Economist: Wrecking ball or winning ticket
26 September 2017 | Stephen Walters GAICD
In between the extreme scenarios of the potential impact of automation lurk several dilemmas for policymakers, reports Stephen Walters GAICD.