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On 15 November 2010, the Australian Institute of Company Directors wrote to the Department of Health and Ageing in response to a Discussion Paper “Medicare Locals - Discussion Paper on Governance and Functions”. The submission set out our views on various governance aspects of Medicare Locals. In p...
This position paper addresses issues associated with director resignations and removals. A director is appointed by the shareholders of the company and can only be removed by those shareholders. Circumstances can arise which lead a director to consider resigning from the board. The decision to do so...
There is continuing debate over the wisdom of appointing executives to the board – Helen McCombie outlines some advantages and disadvantages of having members of a company’s management team as part of the board.
Be prepared if management comes on board
Most corporate regulation in recent ye...
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"Being good at whatever you did before doesn't mean you will automatically be a good director. You have to be prepared to have an inquiring mind and work at it." Elizabeth Carr FAICD
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"Being good at whatever you did before doesn't mean you will automatically be a good director. You have to be prepared to...
For chairman across Australia:
“ In recognition that chairmanship is now such a vital role – not only to each entity with a board but to Australia’s economy – the chairman’s position description now reads like a rather demanding full-time role.” David Crawford AO FAICD