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Is a school board right for you?
investigates the ABCs of venturing back into the school yard.
Back to school
Joining a school board
The legal duties can be the same as other boards
Running schools can be extremely complex
Financials are always very tight
discusses how the board can help a company reshape itself in good or bad times.
Redrawing the lines
In tough times, boards should:
Bring in advisers sooner rather than later
Talk to management regularly
Demand frequent finan...
gets out into the country, to find that while rural boards may be doing it the hard way, they are also lifting their game.
Toughing it out in the country
The image of rural Australia many urbanites hold is hopelessly out of date.
“Broadly speaking, people ...
The grass isn’t always greener on the other side. Domini Stuart examines the differences between sitting on private and public sector boards.
A peek at the other side
Until directors are replaced by robots, no two boards can possibly operate in exactly the same way. Nevertheless, there are...
finds that Australia’s corporate governance rules have diverged from those in the US.
As recently asthe beginning of this decade, many commentators were predicting a standardised shareholder-centred Anglo-American model of corporate governance. Then ...