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International boards are generally more interesting than regular boards and can often speak several languages?
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Governance Leadership Centre
Is your board Asia-capable?
1 September 2020
Understanding the complexities of markets in Asia is vital for ongoing economic prosperity, but research from Asialink Business shows most boards fall short, writes CEO Mukund Narayanamurti.
Launching the Middle East Advisory Committee
21 March 2019
We have launched a Middle East Advisory Committee, comprised of 11 members based in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Middle East region.
International Scholarship Recipients share their stories
12 November 2018
This year, the AICD launched the International Scholarships Program, offering scholarships for our International Company Directors Courses (ICDC) held in Singapore, Hong Kong and Dubai, and our Fiji D...
Future of boardroom composition
20 July 2018 | Tony Featherstone
Nine trends that could change the face of boards by 2030.
Case to deepen the director gene pool
20 July 2018
Australian companies must cast their nets wider if they are to thrive internationally.
Are you an active or passive director?
29 June 2018
Professor Pamela Hanrahan reports on recent rulings against boards and directors in Australia and abroad.
Why Boards Should Be Going Abroad
24 January 2018
Innovation tourism should be on your board’s agenda. Louise McElvogue GAICD explains why.
UK Good Governance Index ranks firms on good governance
20 October 2017
The UK Institute of Directors has released its third “Good Governance Index”, ranking the FTSE 100 firms on multiple ‘good governance’ indices.
Searching for PNG's directors of the future
29 August 2017 | Angela Faherty
The AICD's Advisory team is working with ASX 200 company Oil Search to train the next generation of PNG directors.
Board and management
International - Achieving success in Asia
1 July 2017
Replicating a domestic business model to use overseas does not guarantee success, writes Chris Bennett.