A new breed of ambitious and talented women in Asia has some advice for getting ahead: back yourself all the way to the corner office, and don't sweat the small stuff.
Ethics of AI: While artificial intelligence promises significant benefits, there are concerns it could make unethical decisions.
In today's data-driven environment, a massive injection of funds into a promising start-up to promote rapid growth and market domination is increasingly common.
Karst Stone Paper has combined innovation with a desire to create a product that is sustainable and beautiful.
Too hot for some and too cold for others - is there an optimal office temperature to maximise comfort and minimise energy bills? The answers might surprise you.
Australia's goods and services tax (GST) was introduced, with much controversy, 20 years ago this year. It's now entrenched, but does it need an overhaul?
The middle classes in developing nations are shrinking due to a perfect storm of economic conditions. How worried should we be?
New technology and a different approach mean that the Australian Taxation Office has taken its game to a new level. Tax advisers need to pay attention.
New payment vehicles - from recurring transactions to the subscription economy - are changing the ways we buy and sell and helping businesses to get paid faster.
Belinda Hogan CPA, CFO of 86 400, Australia's first smartbank, relishes the opportunity to take on the traditional banks.
As economies slow around the world, macroeconomists are thinking harder about how to prevent the next fully-fledged recession.
Angus Raine FCPA grew up in the real estate business, but found his own way into the industry and is pioneering a way forward with new technology.
It seems like just yesterday that social media was the new kid on the block: shiny, disruptive and full of promise. Now it has matured and presents an entirely different reality for business. How do we best manage its opportunity and risk?
Innovation in a business setting is not just about the next breakthrough product or service. It's also about nurturing a culture of creativity and devising new ways to improve processes and efficiencies.
Technology is now the lifeblood of almost every professional organisation. Three public practitioners talk about the forward planning they are doing, their plans to use technology and how clients will benefit.
New countries, industries and skills: Brent Pienaar CPA looks back on the many paths he has taken to get where he is today.
Micromanagement is a bad habit that can destroy creativity and innovation, yet many leaders who micromanage regard themselves as thorough and capable. What are the signs that you should look for if you suspect you are micromanaging your team?
A new book offers strategies to improve communication and engagement with clients.
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Here are some ways to use the function to deal with frequently occuring budget issues.