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Should boards link executive pay to innovation? Sylvia Falzon FAICD

Innovation underpins many performance measures and can be used as a target to set executive remuneration, according to Australian Governance Summit (AGS) speaker Sylvia Falzon FAICD, who sits on the S...

Smart thinking: How an IOT strategy can boost the bottom line

The Internet of Things (IoT) has been on the radar for some time, but now with much lower costs of data storage and connectivity, business usage has become much more affordable. With the NSW governmen...

How would customers rate your organisation?

Many companies rely on net promoter scores to judge customer feedback, value and potential business growth. But is there a better way to judge this?

Support for Australian businesses affected by AI ahead

The B Team is working to develop principles to help support Australian businesses deal with AI.

6 tips for becoming a customer centric organisation

Maximising customer experience through a customer centric culture is more important now than ever following the banking Royal Commission.

Key questions for boards on AI

Credit Union Australia set out on the AI path to make life easier for customers and employees. Here are CUA's lessons to help boards make the most of AI.

Is a customer focused strategy really the way forward?

Phil Ruthven AM argues that Australian companies should be wary of becoming too focused on the customer, to the detriment of their intellectual property and brand.

Is your organisation prepared for climate risk?

Property group Stockland altered its governance processes to allow for the continuous monitoring and assessment of climate risk. What steps should your board take?

3 major areas of concern for climate risk in Australia

Climate change is becoming an increasingly urgent issue for boards, but how will this threat affect your organisation's strategy, finance and governance?

The 40 hour work week is over, but our wages are on the up

Although overlooked in recent economic debate, paid working hours are falling as real wages are steadily climbing, writes Phil Ruthven AM.
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