Kerrie Parker FCPA, CFO of Deakin University, embraces the varied challenges her role brings her while transforming the university's finance function.
Will employers be able to require staff to be vaccinated against COVID-19? It boils down to the nature of the job.
With contrasting philosophies and backgrounds, it wasn’t always a given that Songyao Goh CPA would work at his father’s financial services business, GYK Consulting. Now that he does, it’s apparent that their differences are a strength, rather than a weakness.
The global and seemingly overnight mass exodus of workers into their homes has raised serious security issues. Experts reveal the best way of keeping your organisation and your workers safe from harm.
Listening, and listening well, doesn't involve passive acceptance or not speaking up. Among other things, it requires the psychological effort of checking bias and physical factors such as collaborative spaces.
Your employees may have hidden skills. How do you discover them?
No leader is perfect, and being able to consider your own shortcomings will help you perform better in managing your team.
What’s going to keep CFOs awake in 2020? Disruption in the financial services sector and governance are front and centre, but there’s also trade tension and managing risk at a tumultuous time. Three experts weigh in on the economic outlook.
Technological advancement, less job security and social media influences have changed the outlook on job hopping over the past 15 years. Here’s why it’s no longer a career killer.
The fashion industry’s push to ban use of crocodile and snake skins will surely help conserve the species, right? No, say scientists. It could be counterproductive by removing economic incentives for local populations to preserve wildlife.