Public investment could save the Australian economy

As private investment stalls, the RBA argues public investment could be the boost the Australian economy needs, says AICD chief economist Mark Thirlwell.

Capability Review of APRA calls for organisational and cultural change

The APRA Capability Review urges a reset of the regulator and its governance in the wake of the banking Royal Commission, including greater veto power over board appointments.

Practical matters

Boards and company secretaries have grappled with the issue of how much detail to include in their minutes since it became a point of contention in cross-examination at the Hayne Royal Commission.

ASIC's focus on governance, culture and accountability continues

AICD's general manager of Advocacy Louise Petschler recaps ASIC's emphasis on fairness and professionalism. Plus, APRA's proposed changes to executive remuneration.

What's next for NFP governance?

AICD's 10th annual Not-for-Profit Governance and Performance study provides insight into shifting governance trends for the sector.

EMLife CEO on rebuilding community trust in the insurance sector

CEO of personal injury claims manager EMLife Katherine Gobbi says the power of human interaction is the key to rebuilding trust, especially after the banking Royal Commission.

These are the top 5 super funds in Australia

Heather Ridout AO, outgoing chair of AustralianSuper, discusses concerns of undue union influence on industry funds.

What organisations can do to tackle modern slavery

Modern slavery doesn't just occur in developing countries. Directors should work to eliminate the risks of modern slavery from their corporate supply chains.

Why every director needs a millennial mentor

Older generations of bosses will benefit from a reverse mentoring relationship with younger employees, argues Jan Owen AM.

Lessons from the Company Directors Course at work in the boardroom

Deborah Di Natale shares how she applies lessons from AICD's Company Directors Course in the boardroom as principal lawyer with the North Australian Aboriginal Family Legal Service.
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