A leap of faith took Paul Cooper FCPA out of his accounting practice and into the world of manufacturing and business, and he has high hopes for Australia's manufacturing sector.
With COVID-19 affecting global economies, and governments spending big, the issue of whether companies are paying their fair share of tax remains topical.
The Australian Government's Your Future, Your Super exposure draft legislation has been widely welcomed, but industry experts are calling for more details to be released, and say several flaws need to be addressed.
If the better part of your work day is spent on tasks that drag you down, it’s time to organise your professional life to focus more on the work that really inspires you. Three experts weigh in.
In calm waters, long supply chains are almost set and forget. In choppy seas, they are anything but. For many businesses today, good supply chain management is the difference between smooth sailing and capsizing.
The pandemic has dealt a considerable blow to migration numbers in Australia, and effects of the disruption are likely to last for years to come.
There are plenty of examples of CPAs who start out in accounting, finance and treasury roles and use their varied skill set to advance to the C-suite. However, not many would count compassion among the essential tools in advancing their career.
Accounting standards are becoming more complex but, in most cases, with good reason. The solution is technology adoption and a multi-modal approach to readability, understandability and actionability.
A well-designed and thoughtfully delivered internship program provides a wealth of real-world experience for the intern, and opens up a world of new talent for the host organisation.
Paul Viney FCPA uses his commitment to whole-of-business insights in building best-practice operations at Elphinstone Group.
Forget the annual performance review - what we need instead is a new feedback culture that is consistent, respectful and two-way.
Raveena Mital CPA stares down challenge and stereotypes and is determined to keep on blazing her own trail while inspiring others to do the same.
In times of rapid and unprecedented change, could gut instinct prove as useful as data and analytics?
Videoconferencing has come a long way in the past 10 years and, as part of the new normal, has grown even more sophisticated.
Kris Fothergill FCPA and his family planned to take their work remote - literally - before enforced remote working began, and have not looked back since.
If you are dreading your team's next brainstorming session, it is time to change your approach.
Trust is hard-won, easily lost and underpins culture, performance and leadership in an organisation. Two experts in leadership and the workplace explain why leaders should prioritise trust.
Rollable phones, disinfecting robots, smart doggy doors and other cool new devices are coming soon.
Excel has evolved considerably over the past decade, and each version contains different solutions to a range of problems.
It doesn't take long during a conversation with Ronald Yam FCPA to recognise his incredible vitality - living proof that volunteering boosts health and happiness.