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With speakers ranging from a 19-year-old Australian scientist, futurists and data experts - to top CEOs, company secretaries and economists - Governance Institute of Australia is pleased to formally launch the full program of expert speakers for its two-day National Conference in December.
Ethics Index 2020 shows strong support for COVID-19 restrictions and front-line health workers as nation’s ethical score soars
Governance Institute of Australia’s Ethics Index 2020 — a survey of 1,000 people’s attitudes to ethical conduct across society — has shown broad consensus on a range of COVID-19 restrictions considered controversial in some sections of media and the community.
Time to clean up the paper-based mess: Governance Institute calls for coherent laws on virtual meetings and e-documents in submission to Treasury
Temporary changes allowing virtual meetings and e-signing of documents during the pandemic should be made permanent, Governance Institute of Australian has said in a submission to Treasury. Without action these temporary changes finish in March 2021.
Skills boost and board overhauls a key part of proposed new governance standards for aged care sectorGovernance Institute of Australia has backed calls for a new governance standard for the aged care sector following the release of 124 recommendations today by the lawyers assisting the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety.
'An historic budget in a tumultuous year' — Governance Institute of Australia responds to Federal Budget 2020
With a firm focus on boosting jobs, major projects and sparking growth, the 2020 Federal Budget will help lay down a solid economic path out of the pandemic, Governance Institute of Australia has said in response to this evening’s announcement.
Governance Institute of Australia says the Federal Government’s $800 million digital business announcement provides some much-needed clarity for organisation’s struggling with the impact of COVID-19 under laws that are “mired in the 19th century”.