Topic: Governance

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Governance in the spotlight at Aged Care Royal Commission

In mid-November, the Aged Care Royal Commission sat in Hobart. For the first time, the focus of the commission was governance in aged care, the links between governance and outcomes and how the commis...

What keeps ASX300 directors awake at night?

According to a recent survey conducted by PwC Australia, 70 per cent of directors from ASX300 companies believe a gap is emerging between the role and purpose of listed boards and what the community e...

Aged Care Royal Commission interim report released – Impacts for NFP Governance

The Interim Report of the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety titled Neglect was released on 31 October 2019 and says the system designed to care for older Australians is woefully inade...

4 takeaways from the Public Sector Governance Forum:19

Public sector governance is more challenging than it has ever been. Low trust, digital transformation and skill shortages were front of mind at the Public Sector Governance Forum:19 held recently in C...

The Psychology of Good Governance

Good Governance is essential for investors, shareholders and taxpayers to have confidence in the corporations, agencies and systems that underpin our society.

Practical matters

Boards and company secretaries have grappled with the issue of how much detail to include in their minutes since it became a point of contention in cross-examination at the Hayne Royal Commission.

What's next for NFP governance?

AICD's 10th annual Not-for-Profit Governance and Performance study provides insight into shifting governance trends for the sector.

The value of sitting on a cooperative board

As cooperative businesses undergo a resurgence, directors need to be alert to the differences in the unique governance model of a democratically controlled organisation.

Committee for Sydney chair and CEO on planning for the future

Michael Rose and Gabriel Metcalf, chair and CEO of Committee for Sydney, outline how the city think tank is building its future capability.

EMLife CEO on rebuilding community trust in the insurance sector

CEO of personal injury claims manager EMLife Katherine Gobbi says the power of human interaction is the key to rebuilding trust, especially after the banking Royal Commission.
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