The chief executive of Malaysian energy giant Petronas is using the sliding oil price to push the boundaries on innovation while reining in costs.
Lauren Peng’s career break has turned into a social enterprise that is brightening the lives of disadvantaged communities in seven countries.
Common reasons for the #N/A error – and the way to deal with this problem when it arises.
Every good travel schedule should have room for a surprise or two.
Our natural inclination to return a favour can warp our judgements and lead us into dangerous territory.
Following the less-travelled road has enabled Hawari Badri to pursue a diverse range of career roles in areas such as law enforcement, foreign affairs and child protection.
Productivity expert Cholena Orr is taking aim at outdated notions about corporate culture.
Sport is a big and complex business these days, and for many organisations that means the pressure is on when it comes to handing over the winners’ cheques.
The sedate world of watches is undergoing seismic upheaval as mechanical timepieces compete in a new world of smartwatches and activity bands for the space on your wrist.
Our short-term emotions often dictate our charitable giving, but what if we scrutinised giving in the same way that investors look at stocks and nurses perform triage?
The rise and rise of Chinese mobile app WeChat is sending a clear – and powerful – message to more established global rivals.
Postal services worldwide are feeling the heat of the digital blowtorch. The challenge for these beacons of tradition is to deliver on expectations while adjusting to technology.
Aim higher. Innovate faster. Embrace disruption. Throw away your limitations. The big ideas at CPA Congress 2015 came with even bigger ambitions.
Matthew Needham made the leap from corporate life to public service three years ago after moving from the UK to New Zealand. Change is easy, he says; it’s the embedding you need to get right.
Adelaide academic Byron Sharp says marketing needs a lot more science and much less of the so-called conventional wisdom. That’s a revolution he’s more than willing to lead.
Three business leaders nominate the men and women who they believe exemplify the business leadership qualities needed through the years ahead. High among the qualities they admire: energy, a willingness to take risks and the ability to learn from others.
Education expert Ben Jensen’s start-up is a unique global hybrid – and one that many people in the field are still coming to grips with.
Tightening tax laws will change how cross-border business is structured and conducted in the global economy.
VW’s deception of emissions testers has dented Germany’s national brand, says brand valuation and strategy firm Brand Finance.
Everyone complains about it. Social networking firms are plotting to replace it. Email, however, still rules many lives, according to an Adobe Systems survey of 400 US white-collar workers.