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Brad Howarth

As a journalist working with premier publications including BRW and The Australian, Brad has spent the last two decades researching and writing on the impact technology has on society and in organisations. His latest book, Managing for Change (self-published, 2014), co-authored with Peter Fritz AM, sets out a practical guide for helping people use and drive change to improve their lives.

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Algorithms are now governing much of our day-to-day lives.

6 ways that algorithms do the thinking for us


Rise of the machines? Not so fast.

Here's why robots won't take over the economy anytime soon


Train the brain

Can you train the brain to be more productive at work?


Brave new world

Accounting's brave new digital world


Cyber cop central

Cybersecurity conference becomes tech magnet for industry professionals


Accelerator programs such as Techstars, Y Combinator and 500 Startups have become the breeding ground for a new wave of entrepreneurs.

Are accelerators the new MBA schools?


"There are more players in the new space race, with different agendas. it is more about technology and economic strength than military and strategic issues." Dr Morris Jones

How outer space has become the new frontier for economic strength


Weigend believes privacy is an illusion in the modern world.

Welcome to we-commerce


From left: Spreets founder Dean McEvoy, Blackbird’s Rick Baker and Niki Scevak, and Daniel Friedman of Ninja Blocks. | Photo: Graham Jepson

Bold Strategic Move 7: Investors with benefits


Make or break: Yahoo! President and CEO Marissa Mayer.

Bold Strategic Move 2: Refresh an old brand