Board of tomorrow

Board of tomorrow

KPMG looks at boards’ readiness for the fast-changing, disruptive world they are heading into – and how to be a board of tomorrow, today.

KPMG explores the changing context of governance and how to be a board of tomorrow, today.

Boards and individual directors have a critical role to play in the governance, risk and strategy oversight of their organisation. As business and society evolves, boards must be able to navigate the challenges and opportunities to ensure the sustainable growth of their business. This involves juggling the needs of multiple stakeholders in an increasingly interconnected world.

In this series of articles, Peter Nash, KPMG’s Australian Chairman, and Sally Freeman, Partner in Charge of KPMG’s Risk Consulting, look at boards’ readiness for the fast-changing, disruptive world of the future.

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