Archived News for Executives and Senior Management - November, 2012
Australian corporations risk cutting off access to half of the nation’s skill pool, with leadership positions still almost exclusively occupied by men, according to a new report prepared by the Equal Opportunity for Women in the Workplace Agency (EOWA).
Chair of the Clean Energy Finance Corporation Board (CEFC), Jillian Broadbent, has announced that Oliver Yates has been appointed as corporation’s inaugural Chief Executive Officer.
The nation’s business leaders, academic experts and leaders in Asian education have joined Federal School Education Minister, Peter Garrett, at the second Ministerial Roundtable on Asian Literacy.
Director sentiment has hit its lowest level in two years, as fears of the health of Asian economies and growing pessimism about the promise of a resolution of the European debt crisis weighs heavily on the nation's top business leaders.
James Strong has been appointed as the new Chairman of the Australian Institute of Company Directors following the conclusion of the Annual General Meeting held late last week.
The Victorian Transport Authority has announced that Brendan Hopley, its current Chief Operating Officer, has been electred president of the Association following the conclusion of the Annual General Meeting last week.
The Federal Government has announced the launch of BoardLinks, a new initative aimed at supporting more Australian women into leadership positions, including increasing female participation in private and public sector boards.