Topic: Australian Governance Summit


Future tense

Longer-term, we will confront changes we can reasonably foresee.

Australian Governance Summit 2022

In March, approximately 1500 leading members of the director community came together for the Australian Governance Summit in Melbourne. Against a backdrop of ongoing pandemic, war in Europe and natura...

AGS video spotlight: What’s next for NFPs?

Expectations of not-for-profit boards are radically different from 10 years ago and the trend is accelerating, Paul Ronalds, CEO of Save the Children Australia told the Australian Governance Summit in...

Catch up on the action - Highlights of #AGS2022

Here are some compelling highlights of #AGS2022. This year’s Australian Governance Summit was an outstanding event attended in person by more than 830 people in Melbourne and watched virtually b...

Dealing with disaster

The governance and funding of disaster preparedness has become an urgent issue in the wake of recent floods.

Policing the risk landscape

Ahead of his address at the Australian Governance Summit, NBN Co chief security officer Darren Kane MAICD warns of the emerging cyber risks for organisations in 2022 and beyond.

Prevention is paramount

Ahead of her address at the 2022 Australian Governance Summit, Sally Bruce GAICD says it’s a tipping point — that boards must act now to transform the conversations about sexual harassment...

What’s next for data, directors and digital transformation?

As we reframe and reset for the new future, how do we deal with a new level of complexity being faced by boards, especially when it comes to data and digital transformation? Jacqueline Chow GAICD, who...

Ex-cop now fights cyber crime risk at NBN Co

Ahead of his address at the 2022 Australian Governance Summit, in March in Melbourne, NBN Co chief security officer, Darren Kane GAICD, spoke with Company Director magazine about policing emerging ris...
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