Volume 17 Issue 1

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How can boards perform better in 2019?

Why do some boards perform better than others? Elana Rubin FAICD, who sits on boards including ME Bank, Transurban Queensland, Slater and Gordon, Mirvac, and the AfterPay Touch Group, says board succe...

Five questions to ask about your next board role

Deciding whether to take on a new board role can be a complex process involving due diligence, commercial sensitivity and canny detective work. But there are ways to make the process more effective, i...

Survival tips for start-ups

Many start-ups fail due to pressures from funding and high growth. Marc Orchard, the Director of Startups with BDO in Brisbane, outlines how start-ups can maximise their chances for survival.

What we need from the Aged Care Royal Commission: Kristy Muir MAICD

As the Aged Care Royal Commission prepares to hold its first witness hearings in Adelaide in February, Professor Kristy Muir MAICD, CEO of the Centre for Social Impact (CSI), outlines why it’s import...

How the CSIRO is governing for the future

Using science to solve real issues, the CSIRO works to shape the future, but how does the respected research institution future proof itself?

8 tips for startup boards

Digital banking startup Xinja wants to disrupt the status quo of banking. Founder Eric Wilson and chair Lindley Edwards share their tips for startup directors.

Should your board be using in-camera sessions?

Regular sessions held in camera allow directors to freely air issues without the presence of management. Here's why it should be added to your next board agenda.
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