The Boardroom Report

Volume 13 | Issue 23 | 25 November 2015

NFPs seek harmony with government

Not-for-profit directors have called for a more collaborative relationship between governments and the NFP sector, with nearly half giving the government a fail for understanding the sector’s needs.

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  • Companies don’t disrupt; people do

    Market disruptors have the power to up-end an industry – think Netflix, Airbnb and Uber. Former Wall Street investment analyst Whitney Johnson shares how the individual can drive innovation through personal disruption.

  • VW saga: Lessons for Australian boards

    As the recent Volkswagen emissions scandal continues to attract headlines, several commentators have taken aim at the carmaker’s corporate governance and culture. So, what can Australian boards and directors learn from the saga?

  • Merging your NFP

    ACNC Commissioner Susan Pascoe AM FAICD considers the rapid changes in the not-for-profit sector and how NFPs have to adapt, survive and thrive in this new landscape.

  • ASIC focus for December reporting

    The Australian Securities and Investments Commission will be reviewing 31 December 2015 financial reports of listed entities and other entities of public interest based on a “risk-based criteria” as well as through random selection.

  • Seizing Australia’s competitive advantage

    A new report from CEDA, Global networks: transforming how Australia does business, examines how Australia can encourage the free movement of ideas and people.

  • Lamb joins 100% Project

    Hilary Lamb GAICD has been appointed chair of the 100% Project, a not- for- profit organisation that aims to address gender inequality.