Webinar: Board Committees

Day five of five featuring free professional development opportunities for bored directors.

Today it’s a 101 style introduction to the most common board committees. What they do, how to structure them and where they fit into the governance picture.

Register here

Digital Government: Trick or Treat?

Day four of five days of free PD for bored directors.

29 September – from the model pupil to the troubled child, it’s a look at government services of the future.

What’s the sovereign risk profile and can you relate?

Register on Eventbrite or click here.

Up-close and Personal: Data Privacy Management

Day three of five of free PD for bored directors.

6 October – get the low down on data governance.

Check out this Meetup with Melbourne Data Governance Meetup Group

Australia has a high rate of casual work and many jobs face automation threats: OECD – ABC News

The Organisation for Economic Development (OECD) has predictions for Australia’s future.

Nassim Khadem reports

Explore the future of work before the train leaves the platform with the ‘Tech and the City’ calendar.

#melbourne #explore *#careerhack

Intimidated by art? Find out why.

RMIT present CAST OUT LOUD: Cracks in the gates – aesthetics, craft and community, a panel discussion explaining art and why there are such things as good art, bad art, and why craft is not art. Sort of.

https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/cast-out-loud-cracks-in-the-gates-aesthetics-craft-and-community-tickets-69822162969?aff=eand

Why do you think the way you think? Why do you do, what you do? Why do I, do what I do?

I’m sharing this piece by Leon Atkinson because I like the cut of his jib.

This is what the inside of my head looks like. This is how I think through problems, risks and consult stakeholders so that I can do what I do.

“Why do you think the way you think? Why do you do, what you do

? Why do I, do what I do?”
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/why-do-you-think-way-what-i-leon-atkinson