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discusses how a “Breakthrough” board can be developed to create strategic advantage.
The Breakthrough board
Three Ts of the “Breakthrough” board
Tone from the top: The chairman promotes and lives the strategic perspective
Take the time: The board builds the agenda...
uncovers some of the special inputs that help foster boardroom effectiveness.
All on board
It’s not just a lack of financial performance that can bring a board into the spotlight. Leading AFL club the West Coast Eagles, for example, had the...
Professor Bob Garratt
, the author of
The Fish Rots From The Head , got back to basics on what it means to be a director while addressing AICD luncheons across Australia in March. His solutions have ancient groundings.
Back to basics
Is directing a proper job? There is so much talk ...
Groupthink can dent a board’s decision making ability.
explains why one shouldn’t just follow the pack.
Stepping out of line
Directors have a legal and ethical responsibility to ensure that their boards make the most effe...
Directors cannot afford to be ignorant of development in IT – but they should concentrate on the business case for implementing new technology and not be overwhelmed by confusing jargon. Domini Stuart reports.
Coming to grips with IT
As recently as the seventies, IT was nothing more than an ex...