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  • Managing Culture — A good practice guide

    This Guide outlines how each group in an organisation can contribute to a good culture, the first step of which is to create an ethical framework that provides guidance on decisions and an appropriate ‘tone from the top’.

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  • Good Governance Guide — Compliance: a practical guide to categorising risk

    In order to better identify and manage risk, it is good governance for an organisation which plans to use a risk register as a tool to capture, analyse and monitor the risks which it has identified as part of its risk management framework, to classify those risks into separate categories.

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  • Good Governance Guide — Volunteer management

    As many not-for-profit (NFP) organisations operate with the assistance of volunteers, it is considered good governance to have clear policies and guidelines in place for the management of volunteers.

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  • Good Governance Guide — Issues to consider when developing a policy or process for managing related party transactions

    It is good governance for all entities to have in place a policy or process for managing related party transactions to reduce corporate risk and protect members’ interests.

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  • Good Governance Guide — Risk management policy

    It is considered good governance that a not-for-profit organisation have in place a risk management policy, which is to be subject, where relevant, to the terms of reference of the board audit and/or risk management.

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  • Good Governance Guide — Executive management committees

    The executive management committee generally consists of the CEO and some or all of the CEO’s direct reports. It may be called a management committee or an executive committee or an executive management committee, but regardless of title, the membership consists of key executives of the organisation.

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  • Good Governance Guide — Risk management overview

    It is good governance for an entity to ensure that all directors and senior executives have a shared understanding of risk, which is the effect of uncertainty on an entity achieving its strategic objectives and maintaining its long-term viability and reputation.

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  • Good Governance Guide — Issues to consider when developing a policy and process for managing conflicts of interest for a superannuation entity

    The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) prudential standards require that superannuation entities develop, implement and review a policy for managing conflicts of interest.

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  • Good Governance Guide — Separation of authority between board and management

    It is considered good governance for a not-for-profit (NFP) organisation to have clear guidelines determining the boundaries between the duties of the board and the managers of day-to-day activities of the organisation.

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  • Best practice document — Executive leadership/management group terms of reference/charter

    This template assists public sector entities develop a terms of reference/charter for an executive leadership/management group.

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  • Good Governance Guide — Executive leadership management groups in public sector entities

    It is good governance for public sector entities to have an executive leadership/management group comprising the head of the entity and the senior leadership team of the entity. The group’s responsibility is to drive the strategic objectives of the entity and lead a whole-of-agency approach to governance.

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