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Topic: Director performance
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Evolving role of board reviews in driving director performance
20 December 2018 | Tony Featherstone
Accurately assessing directors collectively and individually is no simple matter.
Governance innovation needed for higher board performance
20 December 2018
New thinking on past issues and future action should be top of directors’ minds.
Up for debate: Is it time to reassess director duties?
1 December 2018
Following the banking Royal Commission revelations and APRA's CBA inquiry, leading directors discuss whether it's time to take another look at directors' duties.
Assessing board and individual director performance
16 November 2018
Holding individual directors accountable for collective decisions is problematic.
Is your company's culture healthy?
1 November 2018 | Abby Bloom FAICD
What makes for a healthy culture, why it matters and how you set the right tone at the top.
Lessons from ABC's recent board crisis
1 November 2018 | Narelle Hooper MAICD
The recent high profile exit of ABC's chair and MD leave clear lessons for boards and directors in times of crises.
A directors' guide to quantum computing
1 September 2018 | Beverley Head
2018 Australian of the Year Professor Michelle Simmons is working to produce Australia's first quantum computer.
How do you assess the peformance of your CEO?
1 September 2018 | Claire Stewart
Proper process in assessing the performance of the CEO is vital – and it all starts with an effective chair.
Do you have what it takes to lead a high performance organisation?
1 September 2018
Directors share their tips and experience on how to create and operate a high performance organisation.
8 key elements of success
1 September 2018
What does it take to scale fast and succeed? Here are the 8 features that fast-growing companies have in common, says UTS Business School's Danielle Logue.