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The Long Shadow of Conflicts of Interest

Poorly managed conflicts of interest in the boardroom can cast long shadows. They can inflict lasting damage on the dynamic and operation of the board. For as long as boards are made up of people they are likely to continue to be one of the most common sources of boardroom tension and yet are still amongst the least well understood.

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Deciding What to Decide: Is Your Board Adding (or Subtracting) Value?

When it comes to many such decisions confronting boards today, too often the board feels at sea. Too much technical information and too little familiarity around the board table with the concepts concerned can result in the board not only failing to add value but instead subtracting value.

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Audited Financial Sign-off Season: ’tis the Season to be Jolly (Overwhelmed)!

You may be amongst the many company directors mired in dozens, hundreds (perhaps thousands depending on the size and complexity of the company) of pages associated with the – always festive – end of financial year sign‑off season.

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Board as ‘Agent’ for the Owners (or are they??)

‘Agency theory’ is an economic theory that drives a whole lot of thinking about corporations today.

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Why Boardisruption?

Welcome to Boardisruption – Most revolutions start – and succeed – because of a fairly simple unifying idea that is held by enough people and for long enough to change the status quo.

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Diversity, Tenure and Board Refreshment

Diversity feels a bit like the 'topic du jour'. Yet why is it so narrowly conceived?

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Charities Act has commenced

As of the 1 January 2014 the Charities Act 2013 (Cth) has now commenced

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