Effective negotiating can lead to both parties benefitting from the outcome. Here’s how planning and focus can help.
To paraphrase John F. Kennedy, success has a thousand fathers, but failure is an orphan. However, according to Colleen Macklin and John Sharp, authors of a new book, Iterate: Ten Lessons in Design and Failure*, failure often opens a critical path forward.
Blurred lines and controversial decisions mean that going to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal can be a risky proposition.
Don’t search for perfection, look for a problem that needs solving, serial entrepreneur Jim McKelvey tells CPA Congress.
The auditing profession is under pressure due to changing expectations, technological shifts and increasing competition; but could these pressures be the catalyst for audit's reinvention?
New research shows how managers can ensure that innovation works for the organisation, not against it. Here's how you can make proactivity work wisely.
You have great people and you know they can deliver. How do you help them perform? Red Bull looked to elite athletes for the following lessons on how to build a high-performance team.
It’s time to change thinking on traditional budget forecasting and adopt methods that capture non-financial measures and longer-term objectives. Here’s why.
Crucial new research explains how Chinese start-ups innovate, compete and grow. Who are the entrepreneurs snapping at the heels of the global names?
If humans achieved their status as Earth’s dominant species based on intellectual capability, what could the future look like if (possibly when) artificial intelligence (AI) starts to exceed human intelligence?