The Commonwealth Climate Law Initiative is investigating how company directors may be drawn into climate change-related litigation.
Legal technology firm Plexus is inspired by the accounting experience to introduce digital transformation to legal services.
Australia has a long history of holding royal commissions, and they're now being used to tackle complex social issues like aged care, domestic violence and more.
The Australian government has pledged a new first-home buyers' scheme that allows a minimum 5 per cent deposit. Is it wise to encourage home buyers with limited savings to enter the property market when interest rates are low?
International money provider OFX completes A$23.7 billion in money transfers each year. As OFX's CFO, Selena Verth FCPA supports the business to deliver on its growth commitments.
The auditing profession is under pressure due to changing expectations, technological shifts and increasing competition; but could these pressures be the catalyst for audit's reinvention?
Indonesia is the latest country to embark on a plan to move its capital city. Experts caution that it can take generations to see any benefits.
Digital services firm Tigerspike has set is sights on improving people's lives through technology. Its COO Charley Rowley CPA says it's humans, not technology, that drive the business forward.
20 years of demographic changes have altered societies and created new groups of consumers.
What happens when a mentee-mentor relationship continues throughout two careers and results in the mentee becoming the employer and the mentor becoming the employee? Two CPAs share their experiences.
The next extension of machine learning is on its way. Machine teaching promises to bring the power of AI to those unskilled in data science. What could possibly go wrong?
At what age does cognition peak in adulthood - somewhere between the speed of youth and wisdom of age? Can we even say there is a prime time for brain fitness?
Are you ready to make the career leap from CFO to COO? What's involved in the step up? We talk to three CPA Australia members about how they did it.
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Nearly every week, news breaks of yet another employer in Australia underpaying employees. The penalties are high and the public shaming bad for business. How can employers ensure they comply with the law?
Treaty director at the Northern Territory Treaty Commissioner's Office Steve Rossingh FCPA has worked in the top end for 25 years. Now in his dream job, it took a few twists and turns in his career to get there. Before there was politics there was sport, and before that, accountancy.
New research shows how managers can ensure that innovation works for the organisation, not against it. Here's how you can make proactivity work wisely.
Have you ever wanted a custom app for a particular business purpose but didn't have the programming expertise or resources to develop it? Here's a rundown on three easy app makers requiring little or no coding.
When you record a macro in Excel, you create a repeatable set of commands in a language called Visual Basic for Applications (VBA). Here's how to add basic interaction to a recorded macro by using message boxes.
Equally passionate about his accounting career and his voluntary work, Chad Stead FCPA is excited about combining the two to help marginalised students.