September

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Financial Reporting

The going concern rule is a fundamental tenet in the preparation of most financial statements. Tony Featherstone explains the potential risk for directors and boards that fail to fully understand its ...

Profile: Start me up

Fishburners’ CEO Murray Hurps talks to Emily Chantiri about advocating for greater entrepreneurial thinking on boards and the need for greater risk taking in business.

Advocacy: Common sense initiatives

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

Strategy: Crisis management

Handling the fallout of a corporate scandal requires preparation, honesty and transparency, writes Tony Featherstone.

Opinion: Health matters

Strengthening the leadership role of the board in clinical governance is vital to ensure best practice, writes Dr Leanne Rowe.

NFP Performance: A need for change

The 2016 NFP Governance and Performance Study calls for a new way of thinking about not-for-profit organisations.

Opinion: The culture wars

Nicola Charlston and Miriam Kleiner assess the increased regulatory focus on corporate culture and find there is no “one size fits all” model.

The Economist: "Helicopter money" in Australia?

Quantitative easing as a form of monetary policy has been implemented by many global economies to counterbalance low interest rates. Stephen Walters considers the likelihood of it hitting Australian s...

Viewpoint: A cultural matter

A recent roundtable discussion saw industry leaders debate the question: What defines corporate culture? Domini Stuart reports.

Walters: Ask the hard questions

Asking challenging questions is a skill in itself and not everyone is cut out for the job, writes Kath Walters.
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