June 2016

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Private and public sector innovation: What are the differences?

Innovation, it seems, is the buzzword du jour. Australia is in the midst of an “ideas boom”. The Commonwealth Government has invested $1.1 billion dollars in the National Innovation and Science Agenda...

Learning Transformation

The global financial crisis and continued digital development have resulted in a number of MBA programs evolving to better meet the needs of a changing business environment, writes Domini Stuart.

Directors' Counsel - Accessing records

Professor Bob Baxt considers a recent case that raises the issue of enhancing the rights of shareholders to access company records.

Scholarships

Continued learning and education are key components to personal development and a successful career in the boardroom, writes Domini Stuart.

Advocacy

The AICD’s advocacy team represents the interests of members in public debate and to governments.

Feature: The Skills Set

Listed companies that treat the disclosure of their board skills matrix as a box-ticking exercise are missing an important governance and investor relations opportunity.

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.

The Futurist

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

Feature: Fever Pitch

The complexity of running a sporting business places an even greater emphasis on governance and culture.

Profile

Lieutenant Colonel Miriam Gluyas speaks to Domini Stuart about the importance of workplace culture and her role at the Salvation Army.
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