Actions speak louder than words, but unfortunately not nearly as often in corporate Australia. We are faced with an ever-growing trend to substitute the latest jargon, cliché, corporate speak and weasel words for action.
I argue that we are facing a significant risk from this increasing insidious attack on the use of plain English. My risk alarm goes off when I see and hear people using... more»
By James Beck and Jennifer Tunny
A board charter serves a number of important functions for your board. For example, a charter:
Serves as a reminder for the board of the legal framework within which it operates;
Documents the policies the board has decided upon to meet its legal and other responsibilities;
Assists the organisation’s leadership in delivering good governance;
Is a point of... more»