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PS GOVERNANCEInvestment Operations Challenges Conference 2022
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About the event:
Shrinking budgets, new regulations, and the latest financial industry reviews and scandals, has heightened the need for the public sector to mitigate risk. Firming up conduct, cultures, and putting effective governance and risk management strategies in place will be crucial for the future of public sector service. Through a top down – bottom-up approach and going beyond the “tick the box” compliance is what will secure your organisation for potential risks and threats. Addressing these challenges within governance, culture, and risk management, IBR Conferences are excited to bring you the Corporate Governance and Risk online conference in May 2022
Topics Covered Include:
  • The Landscape of Governance –Now and in the Future
  • Good Governance for Improved Performance in the Public Sector
  • Ethical Dilemma- the pressure on probity, governance & risk with covid
  • Understanding Ethical Behaviour and Developing Risk Courage
  • How to Maintain Consistency in Governance During Machinery of Government Changes
  • Implementing a risk management framework within the public sector
  • Building and engaging a risk culture to drive change
  • Public Sector Performance Reporting
  • Ensuring Agency Accountability: Principles and Protection for Whistleblowing in the Public Sector
  • Reimagining Governance and oversight amid digital disruption
Key highlights
  • The Landscape of Governance –Now and in the Future
  • Good Governance for Improved Performance in the Public Sector
  • Ethical Dilemma- the pressure on probity, governance & risk with covid
  • Understanding Ethical Behaviour and Developing Risk Courage
  • How to Maintain Consistency in Governance During Machinery of Government Changes
  • Implementing a risk management framework within the public sector
  • Building and engaging a risk culture to drive change
  • Public Sector Performance Reporting
  • Ensuring Agency Accountability: Principles and Protection for Whistleblowing in the Public Sector
  • Reimagining Governance and oversight amid digital disruption
Who Should Attend:

Who will be attending? The following from local, state, and federal agencies and departments.

Heads, Directors, Managers, Officers and Advisors in:

  • Corporate Governance
  • Risk Management
  • Compliance
  • Fraud Prevention
  • IT and ICT Governance
  • Corporate Planning & Reporting
  • Internal Audit

…the set of responsibilities and practices, policies and procedures, exercised by an agency’s
executive, to provide strategic direction, ensure objectives are achieved, manage risks and use resources responsibly and with accountability.

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PS Governance 2022 Schedule
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‘Travelling the road of good corporate governance won’t guarantee
success, but not travelling upon it will almost certainly guarantee
failure.’*

• Overview of current governance situation in Australia
• The Governance challenges of the century
• where are we going?

• How to improve governance and accountability’ of corporate governance practices
• Building Board Performance Excellence – Driving Board Governance and Performance in the Public Sector
• How to establish KPI’s for a board
• Key stakeholder relationships
• Role of board members – modelling behaviours (ethics, Trust, self-assessment), mentoring executives
• Determining the board’s issues and how it addresses them adequately through the year
• Linking good governance and strategy – the practicalities of aligning long term interests with existing realities

Panel Members TBA

Ethics is embedded in culture. Those at a governance level can ensure an ethical culture by modelling desired behaviours, discussing
difficult ethical issues, and ensuring consistency between any rules and actual behaviours.’*

• Importance of Ethics in corporate governance for public sector organizations
• Culture, Ethics & Organisational Performance

Panel Members TBA

Liza Nadolski
Vice Chair of the Board at Australian Doctors
International

• Removing the complexity and transforming multiple systems into a single corporate governance solution
• Overcoming the barriers of capacity and resources – Developing the right teams and committiees to get involved with implementing
and preparing for changes
• Ensuring consistency with knowledge management and information sharing to grow each individual and manage integrity, transparency, and accountability

“…the importance of a good governance framework is that it helps bodies to implement government policies, deliver services well, meet their organisational goals and achieve sustainable outcomes.”*

• Relationship between good governance practice & Performance
• Challenges of Developing an effective governance framework

12:40 LUNCH BREAK

• Having the best framework – but how do you use it?
• Sharing tools on integrating risk management into all parts of the business
• Understanding your risk appetite and risk profile to build frameworks and mitigate potential outcomes
• Engaging all stakeholders with your risk management profile from top down, to bottom up
• What changes need to be made to these frameworks for the public sector to ensure change
• Overcoming barriers to risk management framework implementation

• What current challenges do we face in improving risk culture?
• What is culture and what does a good risk culture practically look like?
• How do you build a good risk culture in your organisation?
• What’s achievable and what’s not?
• The crucial elements: communication and building buy-in
• How do you know if you’re successful? How do you measure this thing called risk culture?

Dannya Hu
Chief Risk Officer (CRO) at Defence Housing Australia

• Discussing best practice on embedding a holistic risk culture throughout the organisation
• How can you identify and measure what culture you have?
• Tools to improve corporate governance when it comes to conduct and culture
• How can we improve culture? What can we be doing better as
practioners to ensure we are driving that change?
• Improving corporate governance around conduct and culture
• Discussing how internal audit can contribute to a risk culture a drive better governance

• Requirements for performance reporting
• Best practices Performance Reporting in Australia and overseas
• Findings from recent audits & reporting

• Principles and Protection for Whistleblowing
• Effective management of whistleblowers: How can we make it become an integral part of internal accountability regimes of all public sector organisations?

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