Tiger Boards – Why We Need Them Now!

Today’s board of directors are faced with unprecedented business challenges. We live in a VUCA world, which is an acronym used to describe the volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity of general market conditions and situations. ASX-listed boards in Australia are under increasing pressure to address business issues, that even a few years ago, were not […]

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Baby to Boardroom: Is It Possible?

Many executive women who have left the workforce to have a family consider a range of flexible and part-time traditional work options when re-entering the workforce. However, very few consider the option of returning to the Boardroom as a viable work option, as the pathway to securing board opportunities is very unclear, seemingly out of reach and […]

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Due Diligence Check List for Board Directors

When considering joining a board of directors as a Non-Executive Director where you will have fiduciary responsibilities, it is imperative that you treat board appointments with a high level of care. Board appointments are not easy to unravel when things go wrong; directors have substantial responsibilities including ongoing responsibilities for several years post resigning as a board director. […]

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How to Attract Smart Capital for Early Stage Businesses in Australia

Capital raising for early stage businesses and pre-revenue businesses remains challenging in Australia. There have been some good initiatives in this space, favorable legislation and tax incentives, there seems to be a wave of new incubators, but many high potential early-stage businesses are starved for funds and in particular ‘smart capital’. The majority of sophisticated investors […]

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Old School Networks Are Alive & Well

Old School Networks Alive and Well We like to think that we don’t have a class system in Australia and that we don’t have an elite group of people running the country and our largest most powerful companies, but nothing could be further from the truth. Its been a while since a major study has […]

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