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  • 01 Dec 2013

    Making the right moves in 2014

    Tony Featherstone identifies seven key issues boards need to watch as they grapple with rapid shifts in the competitive landscape in the year of the horse. Donald Rumsfeld’s memorable speech about “known knowns”, “known unknowns” and “unknown unknowns” seems an apt description for the vast ...

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  • 01 Sep 2013

    Continuing the family's journey

    Nihal Shah is as humble as his company’s red-brick Melbourne headquarters. He talks to Tony Featherstone about being part of a family business that turns over almost US$1 billion annually in more than 20 countries. A nondescript industrial park in Melbourne’s outer south-east suburbs seem...

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  • 01 May 2013

    Q&A with Jac Nasser

    Jac Nasser, described as a chairman of chairmen, talks to Tony Featherstone about succession planning, leadership development, board composition and other governance matters at the world’s biggest mining company. It is easy to judge boards only on big events: the CEO appointment, successi...

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  • 01 Mar 2013

    Firing the boss

    When is it time for an underperforming CEO to go and how should the board handle the termination? Tony Featherstone investigates. Only one board job is harder than hiring the right CEO: firing your most important executive. Persevering too long with the wrong CEO inevitably sees the board...

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