Elizabeth Broderick AO is on a mission to achieve gender equality, using a unique model that gets more men involved. She's also scouring the globe to uncover key issues affecting women and girls for the United Nations.
Dr Gary Johns has faced his fair share of critics over the years, but Australia's charities commissioner and former Labor MP is more focused on making the sector transparent than engaging in political bunfights.
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.
CEO, qualified lawyer, advocate, board member, chair and high-profile public servant … there are few titles Elizabeth Proust has not enjoyed throughout her career.
Under the stewardship of Commissioner of Taxation Chris Jordan AO, the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is combining moral appeals with hard numbers in a bid to ensure more people pay the tax they owe.
As a leading adviser and chief economist of one of Vietnam's largest commercial banks, Dr Cam Van Luc CPA is in a unique position.
Asialink CEO Penny Burtt's work is driven by her passion for forging strong international partnerships. Burtt's vision is for Asialink to be Australia's leading centre for Asia engagement, through delivering insight, capability building and connections.
In the age of digital payments, CEO Dan Schulman kept the company relevant by teaming up with its foes. In the process, PayPal quietly took over the check-out button.
Dinosaurs have been extinct for millennia, but Australian animatronics company Creature Technology Co. is in the business of bringing them to life.
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.