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Advocacy

The Australian Institute of Company Directors’ Louise Petschler provides a monthly round-up of the advocacy team’s key projects and issues.

In the know

Today’s directors are increasingly dependent on information technology, not just for business as usual, but also for the ability to innovate and bring new products and ideas to the market.

Hone your skills

Director professional development and ongoing education demonstrate a genuine commitment to keeping pace with the changing demands of the boardroom, writes Domini Stuart.

In Sync

Emily Chantiri speaks to Netball Australia’s Kate Palmer and Anne-Marie Corboy about the sport’s growing success.

The Futurists

Phil Ruthven explains why Australia needs reform for greater progress and the return of rational, visionary and courageous leadership.

Planning for the unknown

As the global business landscape becomes more unpredictable, boards need to assess their capability to foresee black swan events, writes Tony Featherstone.

Insight

The Governance Leadership Centre spoke to former All Blacks captain David Kirk about what it takes to excel as a director of a fast-growth venture.

Directors' Counsel

Professor Bob Baxt outlines a recent court ruling that saw the High Court pour cold water on a broad reading of unconscionability.

Tax duties

Globalisation has led to an increased focus on the tax obligations of the world’s multinationals. Alexandra Cain explains why it is essential that boards manage and oversee their organisation’s tax ri...

Virtual Reality

The use of technology is a central component of any modern-day boardroom. Domini Stuart explains why it is vital that directors stay on top of continuous developments.
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