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There are some surprisingly simple methods that managers can use to support innovation and agility in their teams.

Use distributed leadership to grow your business innovation


Opening the vault on Excel, part 3


Developing an online review management process, which will not only help in managing negative feedback for small businesses, but potential turn it into a positive for the organisation.

How to deal with negative online reviews


Spending too much cash could soon become a criminal offence, attracting harsh penalties including jail time and hefty fines.

Black economy legislation could punish innocent cash payments


Dr Angus Hervey and Tane Hunter, co-founders of Future Crunch, have worked with clients as varied as law enforcement and accounting organisations. Photographer: Jarrod Barnes.

Future Crunch is changing the way we eat our information


Under the new laws, a tax whistleblower has many contact points within and external to an organisation to make disclosures.

What the new tax whistleblower laws mean for disclosure


A last-minute decision was life changing for Erin Quinane CPA. Now her goal is for Australia to be a mentally healthy nation.

Coming back from corporate burnout - one CPA's story


The original idea for bron.tech was sparked by co-founder Emma Poposka's frustration at gathering her personal data for an immigration visa to Australia from Macedonia in 2015. The price tag? Nearly A$10,000.

Australian start-up bron.tech turns blockchain data into digital identity solutions


Even though rates are so low, household debt levels are at a record high. RBA data shows the household debt-to-income ratio has risen from about 70 per cent at the beginning of the 1990s to about 190 per cent now.

Why is Australian consumer confidence so low?


One of the biggest reasons to attend events is the connections you can make.

Attending events: good for professional development or no?