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Chris Sheedy

With over 20 years’ experience in the magazine, newspaper, book, web and corporate writing industries in Sydney, London and New York, Chris is one of Australia’s busiest and most respected professional writers. When not writing about leading businesses and inspirational management, he travels Australasia to watch people break world records - as the Australia/NZ/South Pacific representative of Guinness World Records.

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Machine teaching is about simplifying things by building multi-purpose tools that can be given to business users.

Machine teaching: the next extension of machine learning


Just as websites strive to hit the top of search engine rankings, CVs must also aim to reach and remain at the peak of the available talent pool.

5 easy CV tips to help you reach the shortlist


The shortest statements are the hardest to prepare, just one of the reasons why the elevator pitch cannot be “winged”.

The perfect elevator pitch: Could you sell your great idea in 60-90 seconds?


Good workplace design will tell visitors that this a creative space, a place of power or this is a business that cares about people

What does your workplace design say about your business?


Looking down on ground water that has accumulated in the pit of the Mountain Pass rare earth mine.

Extracting the truth about rare earths


When accountants allow or encourage dodgy tax claims, their clients speak with friends and the problem becomes greater for the entire industry.

Outrageous tax claims: why are they so popular?


Deploying AI technology in a workplace must be done sensitively for it to be recognised as a positive, and not a threat.

Machine learning has arrived, and the NHMRC is employing it in the workplace


By automating the mundane, people can get back to being customer-centric decisionmakers and to innovators. Or so the theory goes.

Is robotic process automation - or RPA - the real deal? That depends.


Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) providers don’t have to operate under the same rules as traditional credit providers because their offerings are not captured by the National Credit Act.

Should credit rules apply to Afterpay and other buy now, pay later plans?


'By challenging the potential client to rethink their assumptions about what their problem is and what their solution should be, your likelihood of wooing the business goes up significantly.

Challenge clients and win more contracts