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Director Q and A
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...
The Tone at the Top
Michael Wilson questions whether good corporate governance has a direct impact on a company’s value and provides guidelines for effective governance risk management.
Is there a direct link between good corporate governance and valuation? The answer really isn’t clear. There are t...
All the wrong way with LBJ
It is called the LBJ effect, a course of action named after the American president who put more resources into the Vietnam war even though it was clear the war could not be won. As Larry Stybel and Maryanne Peabody* explain, the LBJ effect also explains some corporate beha...
It isn’t only large publicly listed companies such as NAB which are under the corporate governance microscope, the recent scandals at some leading not-for-profits is putting new pressures on NFP boards and directors, say Paul Jansen and Andrea Kilpatrick*
Making NFP Governan...