December 2015

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In the driver's seat: Datuk Wan Zulkiflee Wan Ariffin, president and CEO of Petronas

Fall in oil price becomes opportunity for Malaysia's Petronas


Lauren Peng, standing at rear, with some of the recipients of her uplifting enterprise. Peng launched the Candy Pencil Project in 2015, and now it operates in seven countries. As a social enterprise business, the project employs marginalised women to sew bags and autistic artists to paint them.

Candy Pencil Project is a social enterprise with a difference


Excel Yourself

Troubleshooting a common Excel error


Le Consulat cafe in Montmartre, Paris

Every good travel schedule should have room for a surprise or two


The norm of reciprocity creates a sense of obligation

Does reciprocity stop workers from doing the right thing?


Shaping her own destiny

The Department of Human Services' Hawari Badri FCPA makes her own way


Taking aim at outdated notions about corporate culture

5 myths about corporate business culture


Time will tell

Smartwatches challenge the traditional timepiece


Game, set, cash?

Where the Australian Open's A$44 million purse fits in sport's global prize battle


Good deed hunting

What does financially effective global charity look like?