Boards

Companies with enough digitally savvy board members make more money. That’s the key finding from a recent study by MIT Sloan, which also revealed that few organisations measure up. The research found that only 24 per cent of the boards of companies listed in the US with over $1 billion

Throughout 2018, 94 ASX200 board positions were filled by women. The new recruits helped put the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) within a whisker of achieving the gender diversity goal it set for Australian companies back in 2015. According to figures released today, women accounted for 29.7 per cent

Harvey Nash Board report

Digital strategy and cyber security have climbed to the top of boardroom agendas, as the competitive and regulatory landscape continues to shift. That’s a key finding from the Harvey Nash/Alumni Board Report 2018-2019, created in partnership with the London Business School’s Leadership Institute. Leadership Webinar: Which-50’s 2019 Outlook and Business

Board meeting

The level of digital upheaval is growing around the world with a big increase in the number of board members who believe their organisations are being disrupted.  41 per cent of directors, up from 31 per cent last year, acknowledged the impact in the Harvey Nash/Alumni board report, released in London

Boards and digital

Boards of Australia’s biggest companies have often put a premium on stability over speed, believing this to be the prudent strategy. They might be kidding themselves, according to a leading Australian technology executive. This failure of boards to appreciate the changed conditions of the market wrought by digital disruption —