Contents : October 2008, Vol 6 No 5


Editor’s letter : The balance of power

Tabled :
New Zealand-Australia director pay gap narrows
Start-up firms and corporate governance
The road to regulation in New Zealand

Cover Story : Balancing Board Control – Does the chair have too much power?
Tim Watkin looks at the balance of power on New Zealand boards. Does the chair have too much control, too little, or are the dynamics pretty much right?

Conflict : Common Sense Rules for Conflict Decisions
Both experienced and new company directors can benefit from straightforward, plain language explanation of conflicts of interests – and how to avoid them. by David Clarke

Director Evaluation : Grading the Board
Board evaluations, based around recognised best-practice models, are widely seen as an important method for developing better corporate governance. by Iain McCormick

Profile : HR Mantra Key for New GM
Tom Hart has been appointed general manager for consulting firm Sheffield. by Ellen Read

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