Boards

The only way to get Boards to take cyber security seriously, it seems, is by bringing it back to the bottom line. Which-50 recently hosted a panel event with CyberArk interrogating this very theme, and according to panellist Jim McKerlie, CEO of enterprise performance management SaaS platform Kendo, it’s a

One issue around which many boards and companies are rapidly developing their thinking, their systems and their processes is cyber security. While it’s just one aspect of the digital disruption that businesses are navigating, it’s a bit mucky and uncomfortable. When it comes to cyber for businesses, the directors and

In a technology-enabled transformative age, businesses have moved outside of traditional capabilities and continue to explore new business models and ways of working, including in the boardroom. To keep pace, boards need to reshape and reimagine their roles in order to ensure they are future-fit. But what are the critical

Show me a business that hasn’t been challenged to adapt and innovate due to COVID-19.  Over the last 18 months, businesses have had to alter their strategic intent to cater for an era of homebound customers, social distancing, remote working, customer anxiety, newness, supply chain issues, and an unpredictable environment.

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Women now make up 31.3 per cent of ASX 200 boards, a new record and above a long term voluntary goal from the Australian Institute of Company Directors and diversity groups. But the improvements haven’t come evenly with the largest companies doing the “heavy lifting” and one company still without

Over the past two months, company directors have abandoned the salubrious trappings of Mahogany Row, with its impressive oak boardroom tables, stunning city views, and all those oh-so-comfortable American Heritage leather chairs. These days they are slumming it along with salaried hoi polloi. That means sharing a small box on

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

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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