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How to avoid common research traps

One of the biggest challenges companies face when undertaking research is knowing where to start.

What directors need to know about fintech

Since all organisations rely on financial services in some way, directors will need to be cognisant of the changes fintech is bringing as it enters the mainstream.

3 must-haves for a good board-CEO relationship

Risk, succession talks, being too involved or not involved enough – navigating the dynamic and natural tension that exists between an organisation’s board and CEO can be difficult.

Getting your Marketing Budget on point in FY17-18 – Our top tips

Digital marketing often involves continuous quick decisions to react to new opportunities and market changes.

Good Remuneration is in the Mix

The seemingly biggest issue with executive pay relates to the tenuous link between pay and performance, and the resultant quantum of pay received.

The perils of generational segmentation

Millennials are tech-savvy, entitled and lazy. Gen X are cynical and hard-working. And Boomers are out of sync with technology, set in their ways and itching to retire.

Bain & Company’s 5 forces shaping the firm of the future

At an AICD Directors’ Breakfast, Bain & Company partner James Root outlined the five forces shaping the firm of the future as the era of shareholder primacy starts to break down.

Avoiding a Discrimination Claim - The “Inherent Requirements” Defence

An employee who reasonably believes they have been discriminated against by their employer for illness or injury may pursue an unlawful discrimination claim under the general protection provisions of

How to create a website that keeps customers coming back

Creating a positive user experience (or UX) on your company website can be the difference between engaging consumers and sending them to your competitors.

"A fundamental failure of leadership"

In the past week both the co-founder and CEO of Uber, Mr Travis Kalanick and the CEO of WA’s Child and Adolescent Health Service have vacated their roles following damning independent workplace invest

What is NPS – and should you even care?

You might have heard of the Net Promoter Score (NPS). It’s been long touted by many in the marketing world as the “one number you need to grow!”

3 tips for directors on asset management

All board directors are asset managers, entrusted to manage and generate value from investments for the organisation and its stakeholders.

What directors need to know about adapting to the Internet of Things

The Internet of Things will profoundly affect how we live our lives and businesses must adapt. Gavin Smith, Chair of the Internet of Things Alliance, explains what directors need to know.

Protect your website, protect your business

You probably heard about the recent global cyber-attack, which reached 200,000 computers across 150 different countries and affected countless businesses including hospitals, Nissan and FedEx.

The 5 steps boards should take to deal with crises

There may be no greater test of a board than how it deals with a crisis. The nerves, emotional responses and judgment of the directors are all tested in a time-critical situation.

13 steps to guard against shareholder activism

Many boards of ASX 200 companies have stepped up their role in shareholder engagement and helped improve the organisation’s investor relations.

Starting with the end in mind: how to make sure your research doesn't just gather dust

There is often a fundamental disconnect between researchers and those at the helm of business, responsible for implementing research insights.

Wanna Cry?

You’ve probably all seen the news about some big global hack and most of it has gone over the everyday person’s head.

Sharing the wealth: getting the most out of underutilised assets

In this extract from the AICD publishing imprint’s latest title, Asset Management for Directors, author Monique Beedles discusses a novel approach for generating value from underutilised assets.

3 reasons why online customer experience matters for your business

Online customer experience is more than just having a good website.

4 things that can make or break your organisation’s reputation

Reputation is everything – even Warren Buffet thinks so.

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