Board of directors
Despite a rapid technological acceleration caused by the pandemic, many leaders remain under-skilled and struggling to keep up with a fast-changing digital landscape. This report highlights the need for significant board renewal and upskilling in order to fill the digital skills gap.
Governing for quality and safety: a new province for boards of Australian aged care and disability support providers?
This article addresses the question of to what extent changes in legislation and regulatory standards in aged care and disability create new expectations of these boards and directors.
This report presents research into the collection and reporting of workplace data relevant to sexual harassment by ASX200 companies. The report provides insights into how companies currently collect and use data relating to sexual harassment, and based on those insights, makes recommendations about the role...
Reflecting on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on board practices and processes, the insights in this report have been drawn from interviews and roundtables with directors and company secretaries, as well as a survey of Australian Institute of Company Directors members.
The confirmed ‘fit and proper’ criteria outlined in this response report focus on whether all directors and senior managers of lenders and mobile traders are competent, financially sound, honest, reputable, reliable and competent to do the job.
The document provides data on the diversity of representation across New Zealand state sector boards and committees, with a specific focus on gender, Māori and ethnic diversity.
The objective of the audit was to assess the effectiveness of the governance board in Old Parliament House.
In previous eras, both sides of politics made inappropriate partisan appointments to the ABC board. Despite the ‘arm’s length, merit based’ reforms made in 2013, the appointment process has once again become deeply politicised. Basic governance standards are being breached.