December 2015

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  • Feature Brace for collisions

    Date: 1 Dec 2015

    With the potential for new growth or a faster slowdown finely balanced, significant governance challenges await listed companies in 2016, writes Tony Featherstone.

  • Advocacy

    Date: 1 Dec 2015

    The AICD’s advocacy team represents the interests of members in public debate and to governments.

  • Feature The Future Landscape

    Date: 1 Dec 2015

    The not-for-profit sector has experienced some turbulent times recently. Domini Stuart examines the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead as the sector enters a new year.

  • Feature Changes ahead

    Date: 1 Dec 2015

    What does 2016 have in store for the public sector? Christopher Niesche considers the top seven governance trends likely to create an impact.

  • News

    Date: 1 Dec 2015

    Results from the Director Sentiment Index for the second half of 2015 indicate that directors are at their most optimistic in two years, but are still eager for change.

  • Feature The long game

    Date: 1 Dec 2015

    Much has been said about Australia’s business relationship with Asia. But what is the key to success? Peter Cai reports.

  • Opinion Nose in fingers out

    Date: 1 Dec 2015

    Julie Garland-McLellan examines the “nose in, fingers out” strategy adopted by many directors and explains why a hands-on approach can sometimes be best.

  • Insight Diversity of expertise and the impact on Australian boards

    Date: 1 Dec 2015

    This month’s highlights from our Governance Leadership Centre where we showcase research from around the world.

  • Promo Safe and secure

    Date: 1 Dec 2015

    The increased and continued threat of cyber attacks means it is more important than ever that boards ensure their organisation adequately stores and captures information. Domini Stuart reports.

  • Securities litigation given strong Federal Court support

    Date: 1 Dec 2015

    Professor Bob Baxt explains why the recognition of market-based causation means more possible litigation worries for corporations.

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