Volume 15 Issue 4

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The time for tinkering is over

The AICD last week released its latest Blueprint for Growth, a comprehensive plan to help boost productivity. With economic problems mounting, it is time to stop tinkering around the edges and get ser...

Former chairman of AWB Limited fined and banned for duty of care breach

In a cautionary tale for directors, former AWB Chairman Trevor Flugge was this week fined in connection with the Iraqi ‘oil for wheat’ scandal. AICD Senior Policy Adviser Lysarne Pelling explains the ...

What listed directors need to know about new auditing standards

Boards of listed companies need to engage auditors now on key audit matters under new accounting standards in place for this reporting season. AICD Senior Policy Adviser Kerry Hicks explains what you ...

3 leading directors tackle disruption, CEO scandals and crises

At a recent AICD lunch in Melbourne, three leading directors, in conversation with Alan Kohler, tackled the big challenges facing Australian boards. GUD Holdings director and Patties Foods Chairman Ma...

State of corporate governance in India

In the wake of recent governance controversies at two of India’s largest companies, Praveen Gupta MAICD explains what went wrong, the implications for the business community and why corporate governan...

Sharing the wealth: getting the most out of underutilised assets

In this extract from the AICD publishing imprint’s latest title, ‘Asset Management for Directors’, author Monique Beedles discusses a novel approach for generating value from underutilised assets.

Proxy advisers: Have your say

The role of proxy advisers is in the spotlight. The AICD is currently developing a new policy around the issues that they pose. We are calling on input from our members, writes AICD Senior Policy Advi...
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