Topic: Governance

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AICD  &  Governance Institute  report:  Key  learnings  from the COVID-19 crisis 

The AICD and the Governance Institute of Australia have collaborated to produce a  new  report Governing Through a Crisis: Lessons from COVID-19 that explores  the impact of the pandemic on board pra...

CEO message regarding AMP and Rio Tinto

Over recent days much has been said and written regarding the actions of AMP and Rio Tinto, and their consequences. While the full facts of each case are not publicly known, it is clear that the cond...

Recapping themes of governance and performance

In 2016 the GLC commissioned an academic review of global governance research and trends.

Director independence – “Balanced boards outperform”

GLC research considers the relationship between board independence and stock price performance.

When does good governance lead to better business performance?

Research by Dr Robert Kay and Dr Chris Goldspink on the relationship between governance and business performance.

5 takeaways from the 2020 AGS

The Australian Governance Summit 2020 was the biggest ever, attracting an audience of more than 1500 directors and business and not-for-profit leaders and airing concerns on important issues impacting...

Does your supply chain exclude women?

A new toolkit released by Femeconomy and the 30% Club shows businesses how to develop procurement principles to ensure that businesses led by women and owned by women are included in ethical supply ch...

Implementing governance reform could help your organisation thrive

NFP AUSTSWIM has trained more than 350,000 teachers of swimming and water safety since 1979. Chair John Rigby explains why the organisation decided to review its governance and constitution.

Saving the surf life savers

Following a string of public scandals, Surf Life Saving Australia's reputation as a national icon was on the line. Now, its working to bring governance and accountability back.

Australia's unique and uniquely burdensome director liability environment

Australian directors face some legal exposures that their counterparts in the United Kingdom, the United States and other leading economies do not, write Rachel Nicolson and Andrew Wilcock of Allens.
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