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Crowdfunding: Getting ready for take-off

Crowdfunding: Getting ready for take off

What we can learn from the bank self-assessments

Self-assessment reports from the major banks should be a must read for all boards following the banking Royal Commission.

Why risk is critical for boards: Liz Ellis AO

Liz Ellis AO, former captain of the Diamonds netball team, shares how her leadership skills on the netball court have lead to a distinction in governance.

Importance of Employers understanding their obligations: Modern Awards

The recent $200,000 fine imposed on George Calombaris by the Fair Work Commission for underpaying staff is a timely reminder that the consequences of employers not understanding their obligations in r

Digital ecosystems: The power of together

Henry Ford once said, “Coming together is a beginning, keeping together is progress, working together is success.”

Green is good - why corporates are using green finance

Green bonds could assist organisations who would like to become more socially responsible and work towards positive environmental and climate change solutions.

Rare earths a strategic opportunity for Australia

The Australian and US Governments both recognise the strategic importance of rare earths to technological advances. The recent escalation of the trade dispute between China, the largest producer of rare earths, and the US, one of the largest consumers, has seen China threaten to restrict exports as a form of tariff retaliation. Despite previous threats nearly a decade ago, it is only now that both Governments are seeing the strategic value in supporting and developing a rare earths sector that is not dependent on China. What you drive, how your energy is produced and how you are defended are all on the line in this escalating dispute.

How I save 42% of my vehicle service cost

Why vehicle maintenance approval makes absolute sense

6 tips for becoming a customer-centric organisation

Maximising customer experience through a customer centric culture is more important now than ever following the banking Royal Commission.

#LawyersMakeADifference | Melissa Parke

Melissa Parke is a former Member of Parliament, served as Minister for International Development, and is a former United Nations lawyer.

Is your organisation measuring its ESG impact?

Boards are being urged to identify strategies and outcomes as greater focus is placed on environmental, social and governance principles for ethical investing.

Are you not paying less than $1 per litre of fuel yet?

You don’t have to pay more than $1 for 1L of fuel

Investment FOMO — can you afford to miss out?

Investment FOMO — can you afford to miss out? When it comes to emerging globally competitive technology, Western Australia punches well above its weight.

What is the value of reputation?

How does a board prove the authenticity of its commitment to reputation and what are the consequences if it doesn't?

APRA proposes stronger rules on remuneration

The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) has released a draft prudential standard to strengthen remuneration requirements, a move which takes a major step into the traditional territory o

The makes or breaks of digital transformation

The role of IT has come a long way, and success relies heavily on an organisation’s ability to digitally transform, adapt and continually perform under the pressures of today’s digital era.

#LawyersMakeADifference | Dr Andrew Lu OAM

#LawyersMakeADifference highlights real stories of lawyers using their skills to help people in our community.

ASIC's reforms to whistleblower laws ahead

Mandatory whistleblower protection policies will be in place from 1 January 2020 following reforms to laws, says ASIC Commissioner John Price.  

New Modern Slavery laws apply from July 1

Boards must be aware of their organisation's supply chains with the introduction of modern slavery legislation as of 1 July, writes Professor Pamela Hanrahan, Deputy head, School of Taxation and Busin

Big business: How smart governance boosts top Indigenous boards

As we celebrate NAIDOC Week 2019, we take a look at the Indigenous business sector, with the top 500 firms worth nearly $2b – and at how the Office of the Registrar of Indigenous Corporations keeps 3,

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