Governance Institute of Australia is delighted to welcome two new board members: Helen Hardy and Ainslie Cunningham.
After record highs last year, our perception of Australia as an ethical society has fallen in 2021 with drops recorded across most industries, occupations and sectors, a new report released by Governance Institute of Australia today has found.
Pressure is about to be turned up on boards with directors facing an avalanche of expectations and responsibility, a major report released by Governance Institute of Australia today has found.
Proposed new laws that would permanently allow organisations to hold AGMs in an online or hybrid format, as well as execute and send documents electronically, have been introduced to Parliament today.
While broadly supportive of the Bill which continues the much-needed modernisation of the Corporations Act, Governance Institute of Australia is however disappointed that organisations will be required to amend their constitutions to hold a virtual AGM.
With an unravelling of culture a major contributor to business failure in recent times, Governance Institute of Australia has made this the overarching theme of its National Conference 2021.
To be held virtually on September 1-2, more than 45 speakers will drill down on how culture impacts leadership, decision-making, and skilling.
The full program can be found here.
New laws allowing annual general meetings to be held electronically have just passed parliament, providing an extension of temporary relief for organisations across Australia as they rapidly head towards peak AGM season.