This list looks at Australia's busiest directors at a point in time in their careers.
A typical director will do 6-10 years on a public company board so when someone chooses to go in less than two terms, it should be explained. This list always looks at the trend where female directors tend to leave boards after shorter terms.
This list tracks all the female directors who have chaired ASX200 companies.
This list tracks the biggest double digit votes against incumbent chairs of ASX200 listed companies.
We are of the view that a director needs at least 12 months on a board before taking over as chair. This list tracks chairs of ASX100 companies who were rushed into the job.
Chairs and CEOs of troubled companies tend to depart in quick succession, as this list demonstrates.
This list tracks the tenure of AFL Presidents ahead of the 2017 footy club AGM season.
This list seeks to profile the directors of Australia's 42 industry superannuation fund boards.
This list looks at tenure limits, binding and advisory, that apply in various leadership institutions. Interesting concept should be more widely applied.
This list tracks the top professional female non-executive directors of Australian listed companies. Go to the bottom for some unranked listings of public sector female directors and former ASX directors. Good concept but needs updating.
This list tracks the voting support that non-independent executive chairs of ASX100 companies over the past 16 years. What it demonstrates is that despite all this talk about having an independent chairman, investors are reluctant to vote against the chairman.
Ever wondered who our longest serving executive and non-executive directors are? Try these out for interesting lists. We've set a $500 million cut-off in terms of market capitalisation, so please send any additions or corrections to email@example.com.
The Australian directors club is becoming even more concentrated with too few doing too much.
The Mayne Report has long had a theory that trouble is more likely to hit public companies which have a chairman who lives in a different city from the head office and CEO. The near collapse of Commander Communications is the latest addition to the list.
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