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  • 01 Jun 2015

    Avoid the pitfalls

    For a new director, a carefully crafted 90-day plan makes for a smoother transition to governance and adds more value in the first year on a board. Tony Featherstone reports. An aspiring director, eager to impress, attends his first board meeting armed with a laptop and a long list of questions. I...

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  • 01 Aug 2014

    Building up meaningful board packs

    Directors have always had to rely on what management tells them, but they have never been more concerned about the quality of their board packs. “We’ve certainly seen increasing pressure on boards to perform and I think that’s made them think more carefully about the quality of ...

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  • 01 Jun 2014

    A la carta

    John M Green compares many company charters to comfort food – filling, but lacking nutrition. Companies have rafts of charters, but how do we judge their effectiveness? The great charter, Magna Carta, gives us some clues. Much of it has survived, ancient rules that are now essential moder...

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  • 01 Feb 2014

    Hiring a great CEO

    Karen Gately reveals the secrets to hiring a great CEO and outlines the common mistakes to avoid. Among the most important decisions any board of directors can make is who to appoint to the role of CEO. The decisions CEOs, in turn, make about the managers they entrust to lead their teams ...

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  • 01 Sep 2013

    What worries SME directors

    Matthew Sainsbury finds out what’s dominating SME boardroom conversations and keeping small business owners up at night. In 2000, Andrew Thomas left university with a semester in Computer Engineering and Science unfinished to start a business, Thomas Duryea Consulting. Thomas and the thre...

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