Topic: Governance

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Top directors pick their best reads of 2017

Catch up on essential summer reading for directors looking to expand their thinking ahead of 2018, as recommended by preeminent AICD members.

Corporate versus communal governance and leadership: A clash of cultures

Barrister and former President of the National Native Title Tribunal, Raelene Webb QC, explains the conflicts between western style governance and traditional communal governance systems.

Indigenous business sector experiences rapid growth

Governance an important consideration for Indigenous businesses.

Indigenous governance reforms left in limbo

Review of CATSI Act must wait for new Parliament.

Governance focus underpins Indigenous organisation gains

Purple House and Yawuru show benefits of boardroom approach.

Strong gains underway in Indigenous governance

AIGI’s Michelle Deshong says more Indigenous people are becoming interested in innovative approaches to governance.

Your Forward Agenda

At the Australian Governance Summit in March, AICD Chair John Atkin FAICD and I spoke about the AICD’s forward governance agenda.

Shaping Australia's forward governance agenda

AICD's head of Advocacy Louise Petschler calls for member feedback ahead of our forward governance agenda.

The governance of government

Government bureaucracy is under the spotlight for accountability and transparency with the independent review into the Australian Public Service report due in June.

Dos and don’ts for boards: Gonski speaks out

When it comes to addressing what’s good and bad in governance, ANZ Bank chairman David Gonski pulls no punches – and he speaks candidly from his own experiences.

An agenda to move forward

AICD CEO and MD Angus Armour rounds up important lessons emerging from the 2019 Australian Governance Summit.
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