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Will tough times foster disruptive innovation as consumers and businesses look for cheaper ways to get things done?

By the book: Disruption, innovation and COVID-19

25 May 2020 Economics Small business

In many ways a virtual interview should be treated like a face-to-face interview - taken seriously, with research and preparation.

Direct to video: ‘the new normal’ for job interviews

21 May 2020 Workplace Careers

Some large corporates and philanthropic organisations may be able to dig deep during these difficult times to support NFPs and supplement government aid.

Australian not-for-profits kept at a distance

15 May 2020 Philanthropy

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The firms that succeed in adopting the right technologies and adapting to flexible work arrangements are likely to be better able to weather the current crisis.

Top tech tools to help you work from home

01 May 2020 Technology Workplace

Professionals in the US spend an average of 38 minutes in a teleconference, with 13 of those minutes wasted on unnecessary interruptions and distractions.

How to run a successful teleconference

01 May 2020 Workplace Technology

Good listeners listen to try to make sense for themselves; great listeners help the speaker make sense for them.

Why the cost of not listening is bigger than you think

01 May 2020 Workplace Leadership

Remote Working: Selected articles on making it work


Coping with the physical and psychological demands of self-isolation can be difficult. The predictability and regularity of our work routines are hardwired into our lives.

The home truths of working in isolation

20 Mar 2020 Workplace

By building people’s “inner strength” people can adapt better to the fast pace of change while maintaining a sense of wellbeing and balance in their lives.

How to build resilience in your team

30 Jul 2019 Workplace Leadership

Managers who allow flexible work send an important message to staff about trust.

How to make flexible work successful

13 Aug 2018 Workplace Careers


Tan Bing-Xuan CPA (left) and June Teoh Chun Keng FCPA. Photo: Vignes Balasingham.

How Tan Bing-Xuan CPA is committed to professionalism at KPMG Malaysia

01 May 2020 Careers

In recent years, CSR has cemented its place as a mainstream business philosophy, as companies react to falling public confidence in them.

Corporate social responsibility: How can companies take a stance?

01 May 2020 Sustainability Leadership

In the last five years, Alan FitzGerald has seen a change in the relationship between the accountant and the client because of the technology gap.

Accounting technology: Closing the client gap

01 May 2020 INPRACTICE Technology

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