When blockchain represents a perfect record of ownership and a near-frictionless method of value transfer, what role does the accountant play?
Why are some super funds struggling when funds are pouring into them all the time?
Small businesses in the Asia-Pacific region are successfully leaping into the digital era and are optimistic about the future, according to CPA Australia’s 2017 small business survey.
How do you encourage staff to gain new skills in today’s busy workplaces, where people are time poor? Two HR experts share their advice.
Determined, smart women fought a successful battle to be recognised as accounting professionals. In time for International Women’s Day, we take a look back at some notable female accountants and their fight for recognition in Australia.
Will automating routine tasks usually performed by entry-level accountants undermine their basic accounting skills?
New requirements in the Code of Ethics mean that accountants may, in some instances, have to report client non-compliance with laws and regulations (NOCLAR).
There are just 38 Indigenous accountants with a professional accounting designation in the whole of Australia. What can be done to attract more Indigenous youth to join the profession?
Disagreements with a colleague can easily slide into a cubicle cold war. That's not good for morale or productivity, so how can you resolve these issues?
As the number of small business owners, self-employed people and female business travellers surges, smart travel providers are tailoring their offerings to suit.
Effective communication with stakeholders is the key to successfully managing strategy and change in the workplace.
Gig-economy platforms deliver convenience for consumers and flexibility for workers.
There’s so much more to demographer and analyst Bernard Salt than a quip about A$22 smashed avocado on toast.
To remain livable and economically competitive, rapidly growing cities need to embrace high-tech solutions to solve their many practical problems. However, how willing are citizens to sacrifice their privacy for the benefits of smart cities, and can government regulations keep up with new tech?
Cecile Thaxter, the first female general manager of Kalgoorlie’s legendary Super Pit, is determined to challenge the status quo – one mind at a time.
Most managers have different personal leadership traits but all confront similar challenges when leading strategy.
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