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  • Governance through a crisis: Learning from COVID-19

    Governance through a crisis: We've teamed up with the AICD to publish a report about the impact of COVID-19 on board practices and insights into the governance challenges.

    File type PDF · Size 689.46 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.

    Good Governance Guides · File type PDF · Size 50.51 KB
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  • Good Governance Guide — Technology Governance

    It is good governance for organisations to consider how they will oversee technology risks, opportunities, projects and business-as-usual activities.

    Good Governance Guides · File type PDF · Size 98.48 KB
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  • Good Governance Guide — Issues to consider when developing a policy on directors appointed by sponsoring bodies

    The appointment of a director or trustee by a sponsoring body creates a situation where the appointed directors or trustee may have a conflict of interest or duty between the superannuation entity and the sponsoring body.

    Good Governance Guides · File type PDF · Size 174.07 KB
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  • Ethics Index 2018 report presentation

    The third annual Governance Institute Ethics Index studies Australians’ attitudes and perceptions of ethics across a variety of organisations, occupations and situations.

    File type PDF · Size 1.77 MB
    Free to members
  • Ethics Index 2017 report presentation

    The second annual Governance Institute Ethics Index studies Australians’ attitudes and perceptions of ethics across a variety of organisations, occupations and situations.

    File type PDF · Size 5.17 MB
    Free to members
  • Ethics Index 2016 report presentation

    The first annual Governance Institute Ethics Index studies Australians’ attitudes and perceptions of ethics across a variety of organisations, occupations and situations.

    File type PDF · Size 1.43 MB
    Free to members
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