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Cyber Defence

Oversight of cybercrime is top of the agenda for most modern-day boards, but as methods become increasingly sophisticated, Domini Stuart outlines what boards must do to stay ahead of the game.

Advocacy

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

From the forces to the boardroom

Former military personnel looking for a directorship should capitalise on their existing skills, develop networks and demonstrate superior corporate governance attributes, writes Alexandra Cain.

hART of the matter

Emily Chantiri speaks to Scott Rankin, founder of not-for-profit organisation, Big hART, about driving social change through art and creativity.

In the know

On 1 March the Tasmanian Division of the AICD opened its new Business Centre and Member Lounge (BCML) in Hobart. Centrally located in the Hobart Corporate Centre, the new BCML is a unique space availa...

Insight

This month’s highlights from our Governance Leadership Centre where we showcase research from around the world.

Walters - The bad chair checklist

Every board needs an efficient and effective chair. Kath Walters outlines the traits that will sort the good from the bad.

The Regulator - Get your books in order

John Price emphasises the importance of financial records and provides recent statistics from ASIC’s external administrators’ reports.

The Economist - The Trump effect

Despite widespread global criticism about the Trump administration in the US, Stephen Walters explains why it may not be all bad news for Australia.

The Futurist - The challenge of global reasoning

Phil Ruthven reflects on recent global trends and explains why mistakes will be repeated before rationality is restored.
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