As automation, machine learning and predictive analytics increasingly become part of our working lives, pressure is building on finance and accountancy professionals to stay ahead of the knowledge curve.
Learn how an open mind and an eagerness to tackle new challenges can help your working life.
Professor Raymond Gordon CPA sees exhilarating opportunities for the higher education sector to rise to the challenges of COVID-19 and reshape the current teaching models.
ADVERTORIAL: MBAs have been an entry point into senior management, finance and consulting roles, but can also help you respond to global challenges and build a career.
Micro-credentials are increasingly considered a measure of employability and employee development, but make sure you ask the right questions before choosing a course that suits you.
Micro-credentials - chunks of certified learning offered in short courses - are a way for workers to update skills without enrolling in a postgraduate degree.
Leading economist, Reserve Bank of Australia board member and now dean of one of Australia's most prestigious business schools, Professor Ian Harper has plans to bring academia and business closer.
Depending on who you believe, accounting is either doomed to obsolescence in a few short years or in the midst of an evolution that will see accountants hold the most trusted role in a business.
Fifty years ago, when their now-famous research paper was finally published, young Australian academics Ray Ball and Philip Brown forever changed global accounting, as well as their own lives.
Can you absorb information better if it is delivered in three-to-five minute bites online? Welcome to microlearning.