Practice of governance

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Differing viewpoints on future shape of stakeholder capitalism

Boards must strike a balance to ensure shareholders receive value while the interests of other stakeholders are safeguarded, says prominent academic.

Shareholder versus stakeholder capitalism

Time to re-evaluate legal responsibilities of directors while considering the UK experience.

Listening to the voice of small stakeholders

‘Mum-and-dad investors’ could provide boards with a useful view of company’s operations.

Fairness to customers a boardroom priority

Balancing the interests of consumers as stakeholders becomes a bigger governance issue.

Unions put the case for employee-elected directors

Changing the adversarial management-workers relationship needs to start in the boardroom, they argue.

Good minute taking practices benefit organisations

Louise Petschler, AICD General Manager, Advocacy, discusses the recent AICD and Governance Institute of Australia joint statement on board minutes.

Delving into board-meeting dynamics

Getting the balance of skills and inter-personal relationships right is vital.

Widening directors’ knowledge of what key stakeholders want

Blockchain technology could change boards from decision makers to decision facilitators.

How boards are reacting to regulatory findings

Governance challenges abound but top directors have divergent views on the impact of regulatory change on board processes.

Bold futures for board meetings

Scenarios for the structure and process of board meetings in coming decades.
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