Newsletter

Month: Jun

  • Leaders in Governance: Driving Innovation and Collaboration in your team

    by Mandy Holloway, Leadership facilitator, executive coach and speaker at Courageous Leaders
    26/06/2019

    Senior/existing leaders are faced with the challenging task of strengthening the level of trust within their Executive and Management Teams, to the level necessary for them to enable their organization to continue innovating at the rate that keeps pace with the market within which they are operating.

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  • Sustainability: the new face of risk

    by Madelyn Antoncic, PhD, CEO, Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) Foundation
    26/06/2019

    Sustainability is simply a 21st century extension of traditional risk management. As an emerging arm of an established practice, sustainability requires rigorous interrogation of existing approaches, such as scenario analysis and stress tests, as well as through the development of new, next-generation techniques. However, as I’ve learned at various stages of my career — for example, when developing innovative climate-related risk mitigation plans for countries at the World Bank — robust risk assessment is impossible without reliable data. 

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  • Fellow Diane Smith-Gander awarded Order of Australia

    21/06/2019

    Governance Institute of Australia fellow, Diane Smith-Gander, has been awarded an Order of Australia (AO) for distinguished service to business, women’s engagement in executive roles, gender equality and the community as part of the Queen’s Birthday honours.

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  • Building an ethical Artificial Intelligence framework for Australia

    21/06/2019

    The Federal Government’s Department of Industry, Innovation and Science closed the first round of submissions on its discussion paper, “Artificial Intelligence: Australia’s Ethics Framework."

     

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  • APRA releases report on industry self-assessments into governance, culture and accountability

    21/06/2019

    The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) has released a report analysing the self-assessments carried out by 36 of the country’s largest banks, insurers and superannuation licensees.

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  • Here’s what you missed on Day One of NSW’S Governance and Risk Management Forum

    by Rachel Waterhouse, Executive Manager, Engagement, Governance Institute of Australia
    20/06/2019

    What a start! Day One of NSW’s Governance and Risk Management Forum kicked off with a keynote address by Dr John Laker AO, where he highlighted failures in Australia’s bank culture and the importance of customer-centric culture and the need to build trust in the financial sector – The Australian and the Sydney Morning Herald wrote articles on his address:

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