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Driving infrastructure reform in the post-COVID era

Directors have called for a continued focus on infrastructure to guide Australia’s COVID-19 recovery. Infrastructure Australia, who are due to release their 2021 Australian Infrastructure Plan mid-nex...

How Trust changed in 2020 and what it means for businesses and their boards

The COVID-19 global pandemic has led to profound shifts in trust across the globe. But while trust in government has hit an all-time high, trust in business continues to fall below community expectati...

The Ethical Leader: How have our views of leadership changed throughout 2020 and what’s now expecte...

The year 2020 has presented plenty of examples of leadership, both good and bad. We started the year with the bushfires in Australia and finished with the US Presidential election. Throughout, we’ve h...

AICD and COVID-19 – information for members, clients, faculty and stakeholders.

In light of the easing of COVID-19 restrictions, this page contains information about the steps we will take in relation to our staff, members, clients, faculty and all other stakeholders as we resume...

Western Australia Parliament passes new Work Health and Safety Bill

Directors in Western Australia should be aware of a critical development in the work health and safety landscape, with the recent passing of the Work Health and Safety Bill 2019 (WA) (Bill).

5 action points for boards on future tech

What technological advances and innovation trends are international board directors seeing now that are likely to last five to 10 or more years into the future? Here three directors based in Dubai, Si...

Why staff wellness needs investment as part of a board risk strategy

The spotlight has been thrown onto the importance of staff mental health and wellbeing in a major way this year and board members need to get actively involved, develop strategies and obtain expert ad...

The 3 causes of dysfunctional boards – and what we can do about them

In a perfect world, we would see boards operate smoothly and harmoniously with no undercurrents or powerplays, no elephants in the room, with all voices being heard and valued. However, the greater co...

First defendant win in a shareholder class action

A landmark decision for class action defendants and corporate Australia, this represents the first dismissal of a shareholder class action after a full trial. It is the ninth shareholder class action ...

Sweeping recommendations on corporate governance made at Aged Care Royal Commission

The Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety is holding its final hearings with Counsel Assisting making submissions to the Commission on what its final recommendations should be.
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