When it comes to networking, being an introvert can be seen as a professional disadvantage. But as the social rules have changed with the pandemic, many introverts are coming out of their shells.
To specialise or not to specialise? That is the question. These public practitioners say the answer is specialisation, but not necessarily at the cost of multi-domain expertise.
In China, digitalisation is a strength of the finance sector and is eagerly poised for the 5G rollout. Can Australia keep up with tech’s next revolution?
Their professional lives have been thrown into disarray almost as soon as they began, but these Gen Zs have chosen to swim rather than sink.
We are in the era of the business pivot, with companies big and small making dramatic changes on the fly. Some pivots have ensured survival in the short term. Others are set to become part of our next normal.
Micro-credentials are increasingly considered a measure of employability and employee development, but make sure you ask the right questions before choosing a course that suits you.
As companies strive to address staff underpayment, the return to the humble timesheet could be an easy solution. But are the employees of the digital age happy to clock on again?
Winson Woo FCPA had an interest in cybersecurity before it became a hot topic, and is passionate about fighting increasingly sophisticated cyberattacks on businesses.
With a large percentage of not-for-profits’ funding coming from corporate donors, the squeeze has been crippling during COVID-19. Here’s the prognosis for the sector.
Redefining ‘success’ may be the most important step in your professional development during the COVID-19 crisis.