August 2017

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Wallabies captain Stephen Moore says the best leader isn't always the loudest voice in the room.

Stephen Moore: The best leader isn't the loudest


Rhino-Rack USA vice president Tony Leix (right) and fitment engineer Lucas Little put their gear to the test in Moab, Utah.

Rhino-Rack takes on the Coca-Cola of the outdoor equipment market


People in Papua New Guinea could use mobile phones to access bitcoin and blockchain technology.

Bypassing banking with bitcoin


Positive attitude, increased sense of confidence and enhanced work ethic are just some of the outcomes of a sabbatical that employees can bring back to the workplace.

Will time out of work hurt your career?


Design thinkers Sam Bucolo from the University of Technology, Sydney and RAAF wing commander Jerome Reid. Photographer: Damien Pleming.

Breaking down walls with new strategic thinking


Rachael Cox CPA, CFO at the Museum of Australian Democracy. Photographer: Rohan Thomson.

The CFO: innovative, with many skills


Governments are betting that the benefits expected to flow from cutting company taxes will eventually overshadow the short-term cost to government coffers

Will cutting company taxes really pay off?


A child at a refugee camp near the Bab al-Salameh border crossing on the Turkey-Syria border.

Accountants on the frontline protecting charities against terrorism and fraud


Has Australia lost it's medical mojo? How can the medical technologies and pharmaceuticals industry be recharged?

Why Australian medical research needs an injection


Could Homeward Bound, a leadership program that includes a mission to Antarctica, help change the lack of women leaders in the STEM space?

Breaking ice in Antarctica to inspire women leaders in STEM