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The future is out there

1 December 2018 | Narelle Hooper MAICD The chance to treble the size of Australia’s space sector and create new jobs prompted Nova Group chair and South Australia’s inaugural chief entrepreneur, Jim Whalley GAICD, to pick up the phone to astronaut Pamela Melroy GAICD.
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APRA capability review released

The review recommends that APRA should have greater power over board appointments and be more transparent in its supervision of regulated entities.

Artificial Intelligence can boost growth

The rise of Artificial Intelligence represents a major shake-up for boardrooms. Professor Andrew Beer, Dean of Research & Innovation at UniSA Business School said AI presents a myriad of opportunities...

The 2019 Not-for-Profit Governance and Performance Study: 10 years on

Now in its 10th year, the AICD’s Not-for-Profit Governance and Performance Study is the largest of its kind in Australia. This year’s report highlights the challenges facing NFP directors ...

Gender diversity progress stalls on ASX 200 boards

Female representation on boards of Australia’s largest companies has not yet hit the 30 per cent target.

APRA proposes stronger rules on remuneration

The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) has released a draft prudential standard to strengthen remuneration requirements, a move which takes a major step into the traditional territory o...

Modern slavery laws will affect directors who are not aware of supply chains

Boards must be aware of their organisation's supply chains with the first reporting period for large entities applicable from July 1 under the federal law, writes Professor Pamela Hanrahan.

LGBT+ advocate Todd Sears on the importance of boardroom inclusion

Todd Sears, founder of Out Leadership, says boards need to see inclusion of LGBT+ directors as an opportunity for better culture.
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