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  • 31 Jan 2013

    Appraisal of Board and Individual Directors

    Since the global financial crisis, there is an increased expectation that the performance of boards and individual directors will be regularly appraised. This is reflected in Principle 2.5 of the ASX CGC Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations. This Q&A runs through who and what will...

    Content Type: Director Q and A

  • 31 Jan 2013

    Advisory Boards

    Advisory boards provide non-binding strategic advice to organisations. Unlike statutory boards required by the Corporations Act 2001, they are informal in nature and therefore have greater flexibility in how they are set up and managed. This Q&A describes the role of advisory boards, when a comp...

    Content Type: Director Q and A

  • 31 Jan 2013

    Appraisal of the CEO

    The board has the responsibility of assessing the performance of the CEO and has a vested interest in ensuring the CEO is effective. This Q&A explains the process of how to conduct an appraisal, how often they should be carried out and other considerations to take into account to ensure a good r...

    Content Type: Director Q and A

  • 31 Jan 2013

    Relationship Between the Board and Management

    A productive and harmonious relationship between the board and management is critical for good governance and organisational effectiveness but can be difficult to achieve in reality. The board and management are trying to achieve the same vision and objectives so a partnership based on trust and res...

    Content Type: Director Q and A

  • 31 Jan 2013

    Succession Planning

    Succession planning enables an organisation to refresh its leaders in order to continue meeting the challenges of a constantly changing business environment. The aim is to have the right person able to fill the vacancy at the right time so that the board has the opportunity to manage its future need...

    Content Type: Director Q and A