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It’s a wrap

This year’s AICD Essential Director’s Update focused on the governance challenges exacerbated by almost two years of global pandemic. This is a round-up of the major talking points.

New Year Resolutions

It has been a confronting year for directors worldwide with constantly evolving external challenges and rising community expectations. So what does 2022 hold?

About expecting the unexpected

Rick Crabb FAICD, chair of Eagle Mountain Mining and AICD WA Gold Medal Award winner, has spent enough time on the resources roller-coaster to know that nothing gets you out of trouble quicker than a ...

Keeping your people

Workers are forcing employers to reckon with their investment in human capital. In 2022, directors must set the standard for workplaces that achieve retention while restless employees keep careful sco...

Dealing with D&O

D&O insurers are keeping a very close eye on class actions and ESG.

Stress rehearsal

Scenario planning and stress testing provide a structured approach for board and management to deal with strategic opportunities and threats in 2022 and beyond, writes Peter Deans GAICD.

Frequent fliers

After the lengthy disruption to global movement, analysts are considering recovery pathways for corporate travel.

Revolution or evolution?

With its own constantly shifting parameters, the state of the Australian jobs market is causing companies and strategists significant concern, writes AICD chief economist Mark Thirlwell MAICD.

The right touch

A new regulator performance framework and financial oversight authority challenge us to reflect on what makes for good practice, writes Professor Pamela Hanrahan.

What the customer wants

Changing consumer behaviour and preferences present opportunity, inspiration and challenges for companies as the world moves into 2022.
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