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  • Good Governance Guide — Issues to consider in relation to political donations

    It is good governance for a company to establish a policy or protocol in relation to political donations in Australia.

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  • Good Governance Guide — Technology Strategy

    Good Governance Guides · File type PDF · Size 69.03 KB
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  • Good Governance Guide — Risk management policy

    It is considered good governance for an organisation to have in place a risk management policy that articulates the organisation’s commitment to effectively managing risk.

    Good Governance Guides · File type PDF · Size 70.93 KB
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  • Good Governance Guide — Risk framework

    Managing risks can be a complex task for any organisation but necessary to ensure achievement of strategic objectives. It is good governance for an organisation to demonstrate leadership and commitment to managing risks by establishing and documenting a formal risk management framework, approved by the board.

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  • Good Governance Guide — Board minutes: what to record, the business judgment rule

    This Guide sets out the issues to consider when developing the processes and procedures in drafting minutes in relation to the business judgment rule.

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  • Good Governance Guide — Issues to consider when recording and circulating minutes of directors' meetings

    Under s 251A of the Corporations Act, a company must keep minute books in which it records, within one month, the proceedings and resolutions of directors’ meetings (including meetings of a committee of directors).

    Good Governance Guides · File type PDF · Size 125.26 KB
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  • Good Governance Guide — Risk governance

    Those exercising authority and making decisions within an organisation exercise power to facilitate the strategic objectives of the organisation. Each entity is faced with a range of risks that it needs to identify and manage in order to achieve strategic objectives.

    Good Governance Guides · File type PDF · Size 120.59 KB
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  • Good Governance Guide — The Company secretary: separation of roles

    It is considered good governance for organisations to appoint separate persons as the chief executive officer (CEO) and the company secretary of the organisation. However, it is the practice for some organisations, particularly not-for-profits, to appoint the CEO as the company secretary.

    Good Governance Guides · File type PDF · Size 60.01 KB
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  • Good Governance Guide — Data as an asset

    Data is a key strategic asset and the currency for the information economy. It is good governance for organisations to recognise the value and importance of data and to manage it as an asset.

    Good Governance Guides · File type PDF · Size 108.22 KB
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  • Good Governance Guide — Ethical Artificial Intelligence

    Ethical behaviour is important for all organisations. It is therefore good governance for boards and senior management to demonstrate a commitment to the lawful, ethical and responsible use of AI in their organisation and the behaviour of their people in the deployment of AI.

    Good Governance Guides · File type PDF · Size 92.77 KB
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  • Good Governance Guide — Conflicts of interest in not-for-profit organisations

    Directors have a duty under common law and under the Corporations Act to act in the best interests of the not-for- profit (NFP) organisation that they serve. Directors should not seek to benefit from the NFP, and should not be influenced by their wider interests when making decisions affecting the NFP.

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