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Does your organisation have an emergency response plan?

International property insurer FM Global says directors must mitigate the risks associated with idle properties due to COVID-19, such as theft, vandalism and water damage. An up-to-date response plan ...

2020: the year of the technological revolution

Metcash chair Robert Murray says we'll be telling our grandchildren about this year of rapid technological change.

4 ways to fast-track your organisation's digital transformation

Businesses can learn from the significant digital transformation undertaken by the NSW government to boost efficiency and streamline operations. These four steps could also benefit your organisation.

AICD calls for permanent reforms to director liability

Key reform tasks needed to boost growth and support the recovery from AICD's head of Advocacy Louise Petschler.

Findings from the ALRC corporate criminal responsibility final report

The Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) released its final report on corporate criminal responsibility on 31 August. Here are the key recommendations for boards.

Futureproofing the AICD

This month, the AICD will host the 14th annual Essential Director Update (EDU), which AICD members consistently rate as one of the top benefits of membership.

Has overregulation damaged Australia's corporate governance?

There is a need for major reform of the civil and criminal sanctions applicable to Australian directors, argues John Colvin FAICD and Brendan Hord of Herbert Smith Freehills.

How have directors' WHS obligations changed?

From keeping workers virus-free to managing remote working risks, there are new WHS considerations for boards to be aware of. Here's what directors need to know.

How to make a ventilator in 3 weeks

When mining and infrastructure company Ampcontrol pivoted the business to create emergency ventilators for hospitals, it brought broader innovation benefits. Here's how the company did it.

Property sector facing big readjustment after COVID

The property sector will need to readjust as capital growth and investors are affected by the changing requirements of the corporate workspace, writes Selina Short.
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