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Family value

The next generation of family business owners are shifting the conversation around diversity and purpose and the need to adapt governance practices for improved performance and succession planning.

Roof over your head

One thing the pandemic has not put an end to is the rampaging juggernaut that is rising property prices, writes AICD chief economist Mark Thirlwell MAICD.

A world of work rich in insights

With the right tools at our disposal, the future of work holds great promise for enhanced collaboration.

From the CEO

Are you feeling lucky?

No time to waste

Global governance trends are adding momentum to the need for climate response. Aside from rising existential risks, several other forces are driving the need for directors to respond.

Rate of acceleration

Unicorns have been created inside Australia’s innovation hubs, but with these once-thriving spaces abandoned, the ecosystem has been forced to pivot and re-evaluate during the transition out of ...

Stepping stones to success

Goanna Education is an Australian-owned First Nations enterprise. Co-founder, non-executive director and Dunghutti man Liam Harte AAICD and CEO Sally-Anne Browner outline the demands of scaling for gr...

Guidance and evolving expectations

The board’s role in governing innovation, climate change risk and prevention of workplace sexual harassment are important issues on the AICD agenda, writes Louise Petschler GAICD.

Mission critical

The expansion of Australia’s Security of Critical Infrastructure Act 2018 will have significant implications for directors, writes Microsoft ANZ general counsel Tom Daemen.

Under the finfluence

Companies should be mindful of regulatory risks when engaging the services of finfluencers, writes ASIC commissioner Cathie Armour GAICD.
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