The top five issues for directors in 2022
Active regulators, ethics, global travel and supply chains, the talent shortage and climate – again.
What can the UK’s experience of living with covid-19 tell us about New Zealand in 2022?
Jeremy Sole MInstD explains how Etco - the Electrical Training Company arrived at its vaccination policies
Governments must abandon the toxic nationalism that has so far stood in the way of a sufficient global response to the pandemic.
Mele Wendt MInstD speaks about her accidental path into governance, mentorship, and what it’s like to be the only brown woman in the room.
Agility, trust and a commitment to the vision are key requirements of a start-up board, just as they are of a global corporation.
The Companies (Directors Duties) Amendment Bill makes it clear that companies are able to act as responsible corporate citizens.
Two recent books by renowned economists have set the stage for today’s great debate over the future of money in a digital age.
Courts in the United Kingdom and the Netherlands have sent shockwaves across the business world.
Dame Patsy Reddy on being Governor-General through the Kaikoura earthquake, the Christchurch Mosque shootings and the Whakaari eruption.
Solving problems is the motivation for this young director, award winner and Student Volunteer Army general.
A shortage of auditors is threatening the ability of companies to meet their statutory reporting obligations.
The concept of healthy societies can help boards manage people risk in their organisations.
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Boards and directors are facing myriad challenges and many of these will only increase in scale and importance in 2023.
In this issue we explore governance of the new national health agencies and active regulation of climate, privacy and supermarkets.