November

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  • ASIC Report Improving financial literacy

    Date: 1 Nov 2014

    Peter Kell explains why a combined effort across all sectors can help Australians make better informed monetary decisions.

  • Centre for Governance Excellence and Innovation Driving organisational performance

    Date: 1 Nov 2014

    The newly launched Centre for Governance Excellence and Innovation will showcase leading content on key governance issues.

  • CEO Report Championing excellence

    Date: 1 Nov 2014

    John H C Colvin explains how Company Directors’ new Centre for Governance Excellence and Innovation will facilitate a greater understanding of the theory and practice of governance.

  • Directors Counsel The impact of change

    Date: 1 Nov 2014

    Professor Bob Baxt shares his views on the proposed changes to competition law and policy as put forward in the recent draft report by the Harper Review panel.

  • Education Staying informed

    Date: 1 Nov 2014

    Company Directors’ book publishing program aims to provide members with essential information for continued learning.

  • Featherstone

    Date: 1 Nov 2014

    Boards must play a bigger role in helping to address the growing threat of youth unemployment in Australia, says Tony Featherstone.

  • Feature A necessary partnership

    Date: 1 Nov 2014

    Despite negativity surrounding the industry, Domini Stuart discovers that third-party lobbyists can prove to be a critical component to any business engaging with government, as long as it is effectively managed.

  • Feature Proceed with caution

    Date: 1 Nov 2014

    Technological disruption and its effect on business models is becoming a much bigger issue for boards. Matthew Sainsbury takes a look at the impact this is having on incumbent industries.

  • Feature Raising the bar

    Date: 1 Nov 2014

    Conducting due diligence on a company before joining its board is critical for any director looking to ensure that they are associated with a business whose stock is set to rise. Alexandra Cain reports.

  • Feature Standing out from the crowd

    Date: 1 Nov 2014

    Softening commodity prices, rising costs and increased competition are challenging the boards of Australia’s energy and resources sector, but good governance and sound economics may help sort the wheat from the chaff, writes Domini Stuart.

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