Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg inspires her fans, and her employees, to talk about sadness, even tragedy, at work. That can be healing – and very good for business.
Taking his chances in an industry traditionally focused on women, former rugby league player Adam “Mad Dog” MacDougall is shaking things up with The Man Shake, a diet product aimed squarely at blokes.
Curtin University has teamed with Hitachi Data Systems to create a “data-gathering laboratory” that it hopes will improve the student experience.
Should young Australians put money into superannuation or do they risk investing in a scheme that might not be around by the time they retire?
The legal profession is being disrupted by new players and technology, but law firm Gilbert + Tobin has taken a creative approach to the challenge. Its COO, Sam Nickless, is future-proofing the group by embracing disruption and turning it to the firm’s advantage.
From crunching the numbers for toll roads to helping ensure the success of the precinct around the Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Annuar Marzuki Abdul Aziz’s financial nous and people skills have stood him in good stead.
We’re still in the computerised Third Industrial Revolution, but that high-tech sound you can hear is the Fourth Industrial Revolution coming to change the way everyone does business. Ready for Industry 4.0?
A growing number of repetitive tasks are being delegated to robots, leaving accountants more time to look for value-added opportunities.
Australia’s organic food exports are doing so well the main fear is that producers cannot keep up with the demand.
The father of business consulting in China, Dr Edward Tse, knows why eBay failed there and how others can succeed.