The following podcasts are in the online courses.

Thinking about strategy when writing a board paper

Mary talks to Barry Rafe, who works with the Australian Institute of Company Directors and boards on strategy and risk.

How to manage the blur between governance and operations

Mary talks to New Zealand non-executive director and chair Rod Campbell about how boards and management are ‘in it together’.

How to write about financial information for the board

Mary talks to Aaron Slater, Head of Enterprise Performance at Australia Post, about how his team is improving its financial reporting to the board.

Podcasts on board papers inside my Write to Govern online course

The following podcasts are now inside my Write to Govern online course.

  • Board paper processes
    Corporate Governance Specialist Lisa Coletta talk about board paper processes (time frames, consulting with stakeholders, allowing time for reviews, late papers etc.). She also shares her experiences reforming the board paper processes at a public utility organisation.
  • Structured thinking
    Mary talks to Davina Stanley, managing director of Clarity College, about structured thinking.
  • A chair’s expectations of board papers
    Mary talks to Ken Marshman, chair of REST Industry Super, about board papers.
  • Writing for a not-for-profit board
    Mary talks to Christine Hawkins, Cinnabar International, about writing for not-for-profit boards.
  • Presenting to boards
    Mary talks to Julie Garland McLellan about presenting to the board. Read more about her and buy her book, Presenting to Boards.
  • Writing about risk for boards and committees
    Mary talks to Peter Whyntie about writing about risk for boards and board committees