The ‘new normal’ is accelerating sustainability

Consumers are increasingly conscientious. People genuinely care about their impact on the world, both environmentally and socially. We demonstrate this through our choices and actions, whether it be walking to work and taking public transport, or buying locally produced food and investing our money in companies which “do good”. 

Why awkward boardroom conflict is your friend

Many people shy away from conflictit can be awkward and unpredictableand in the boardroom,...

Corporate Governance for Dummies

In business, the term ‘Corporate Governance’ is kicked about like a jargon football (even we’re...

Pitch-perfect: How to (successfully) sell new tech to your board

Technology is necessary to innovate and evolve your business. Great technology creates...

Uncovering unconscious biases for diversity of thought

Organisations are increasingly accepting diversity as a process of encouraging appreciation of...

Post-Pandemic: Silver Linings for Businesses

The pandemic has rocked many industries, the hardest-hit being tourism, hospitality and retail....

Why is governance such a dirty word?

During the throes of incorporating a new entity, governance may seem like a complicated...

Power-moves: the rise and ultra-performance of women-led companies

I’m a white, male CEO and as such, I have a responsibility (and desire) to not only maintain...

Digital futures— why boards need to increase their tech non-exec count

We’ve said this before— historically, boards tend to skew older and skew male. While that is...

The role of blockchain in a digital future

We’re all moving to an entirely digitised world. We’re constantly connected to our phones and...