What will our world look like a year from now? Experts and futurists agree that we can expect big changes, and that they will be for the better.
As companies strive to address staff underpayment, the return to the humble timesheet could be an easy solution. But are the employees of the digital age happy to clock on again?
How fair is your supply chain? Many organisations may not be aware of the risk of modern slavery in their supply chains.
What are finance professionals and business leaders considering as they plan for the new normal in the recovery phase? Industry experts weigh in.
The coronavirus has changed the way global workers think, move and operate. Here are the changes we expect to stick post-pandemic.
How business leaders communicate during times of crisis can create clarity, build resilience, and catalyse positive change on the way to recovery. INTHEBLACK taps into lessons learned from CPA Australia’s External Reporting Centre of Excellence on how to navigate the next stage.
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.
Hackathons, long a team-building mainstay of Silicon Valley, are now being adopted in more traditional corporations. Is it time to take them seriously?
Datin Yap Shin Siang FCPA took over the family business, shook off gender biases, and grew a small business into a major player.
With remote working and automation on the rise, soft skills, such as effective communication, flexibility, adaptability and conflict resolution, are even more important. Can these skills be learnt?
In the volatile and challenging times brought about by COVID-19, changing the thinking on traditional budget forecasting can make planning ahead easier.
Listening, and listening well, doesn't involve passive acceptance or not speaking up. Among other things, it requires the psychological effort of checking bias and physical factors such as collaborative spaces.
With corporate social responsibility part of the business mainstream, companies are now expected to make a profit and a difference. How can they ensure their corporate image aligns with their behaviour?
Happiness is a key driver of personal and professional success during periods of social distancing and remote working. How can you bring more joy to your work?
The stress and anxieties of the coronavirus pandemic have pushed many workplace cultures to the brink of collapse. Here’s how the best managers have shown leadership.
The coronavirus pandemic has had a devastating impact worldwide, spreading at varying rates across continents. For the Australian government, Asia may prove the most telling case study.
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.
Almost a decade after the earthquake that shook Christchurch to its core, the new city is taking shape. Preparing for a disaster of this magnitude presents a challenge for any business, but accountants have a vital role to play.
Accountants play a key role in assessing and disclosing climate risks as part of corporate sustainability reporting, and are becoming important players in the business response to climate change.
If you told most CEOs that creating a workplace wellness culture – not just a free fitness class – could quadruple return on investment, many corporate environments would undergo immediate and radical change.