Topic: Board evaluation

AICD offers the tools and valuable inisights needed to properly assess how well a board is performing

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This is what good organisational culture looks like

These 4 organisations have high performing cultures. Here's how they approach culture from an operational perspective, and what they're doing right.

Xero CEO Steve Vamos on why good culture starts with getting the right people

Getting the culture right starts and finishes with people, says Steve Vamos, CEO of New Zealand based public software company Xero.

Rethinking the purpose of pay

If boards are to persuade management to focus on creating long term value, they need to question the purpose of pay.

Pay attention to climate change risk and opportunity

Board of directors should consider reviewing their governance, strategy, risk management and metrics as climate risk integration becomes mainstream.

How do you assess the peformance of your CEO?

Proper process in assessing the performance of the CEO is vital – and it all starts with an effective chair.

Should directors brave a school board?

Social and reputational risk, increasing legal demands and greater scrutiny are making school governance more challenging for directors.

Back from the brink: Islamic school shines again

Faced with legal battles, axeing of government funding and closure, Australia’s largest Islamic school resolved its governance issues with reforms from a new board and the school is now flourishing.

New governance models for schools

With nearly 9,500 schools and nearly four million students, today’s education system in Australia is far more complex, risky and challenging than in the past. That’s why new governance models are emer...

Seven ways to improve school governance

The AICD Board Advisory identifies key school governance themes. From developing the right constitution to forming a strong recruiting policy, here are a number of ways that schools can review their p...

Should directors brave a school board?

Social and reputational risk, increasing legal demands and greater scrutiny are making school governance more challenging for directors.
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