Volume 14 Issue 9

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Avoiding the Merit Trap: how organisations actually pick the best people

Blind faith in your ability to pick the best people based on merit will condemn your organisation to recruiting from a limited pool. If organisations are to get the leaders they need for the future, t...

‘A change has got to come’: governance reform in the UK

With anti-elite sentiment in the UK running high following the Brexit vote, the British government is contemplating moves to curb executive pay and require worker representatives on boards. The Boardr...

Seven ways to improve board effectiveness in uncertain times

In its latest Board Effectiveness Report, Deloitte explores the key drivers of board effectiveness and how these elements, when applied collectively, can help to manage and embrace uncertainty.

Four tips to recruit for diversity of opinion

Diversity isn’t just the good thing to do; it’s the smart thing to do. Diverse teams lead to more productive conversations and better decisions. But how do boards become diverse? Peter Murphy, General...

Inside the Boardroom with George Savvides

George Savvides FAICD, the Chairman of World Vision Australia, has also had a long and successful career in the corporate sector, having been CEO of Medibank Private for 14 years and Sigma Pharmaceuti...

Dealing with the threat of the class action 'new normal'

Companies and boards are under threat of class action litigation more than they ever have been before, a report by law firm King & Wood Mallesons shows. Directors must understand where they are vulner...
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