November

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  • Upfront Acton Stations

    Date: 1 Nov 2015

    Early indications show the Turnbull Government is open to change. John Brogden explains why this is vital to stimulating economic growth.

  • Kerin Aiming high

    Date: 1 Nov 2015

    The dynamics of change mean it is more important than ever that boards align their governance processes with the goal of sustained superior performance, writes Professor Paul Kerin.

  • Advocacy

    Date: 1 Nov 2015

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

  • Government Australian Local Governance 2025

    Date: 1 Nov 2015

    Roberta Ryan explains the significance of reaffirming the role of local government in communities so it can contribute effectively to national agendas.

  • The Regulator Enabling Innovation

    Date: 1 Nov 2015

    John Price explores the recent surge in innovative business models and explains what the regulator is doing to help them flourish.

  • Agenda

    Date: 1 Nov 2015

    Latest news for Australian directors.

  • The Futurist Becoming a smart country

    Date: 1 Nov 2015

    Phil Ruthven outlines the challenges facing Australia as it emerges from the mining boom and explains why planning for the future requires more than luck.

  • In Sync The right mix

    Date: 1 Nov 2015

    Translational Research Institute’s CEO and chair share their views on the importance of skills diversity on medical research boards. Tony Featherstone reports.

  • Q and A with Deborah Page

    Date: 1 Nov 2015

    Investa Office Fund chair, Deborah Page, is one of eight women to chair an S&P/ASX 100 company. She talks to Tony Featherstone about her grassroots in governance and her journey to the top.

  • Feature A Super Impact

    Date: 1 Nov 2015

    Changes to legislation proposing an increase in the number of independent directors on superannuation boards is likely to lead to greater demand for skilled directors in the sector. Domini Stuart reports.

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