Microsoft's CEO Satya Nadella has stopped infighting, restored morale and created more than US$250 billion in market value. All it took was focusing on what matters most.
From property to education to networks, nothing beats local knowledge if you’re looking to make a go of it in Australia. Black Diamondz founder Monika Tu has built a business on smoothing the way for high-net-worth Chinese investors and immigrants.
While business interruption repeatedly heads up the list of the greatest risks to businesses globally, newspaper headlines may be preventing leaders from identifying the causes to fear most.
The "last mile" has long been a thorn in the side of e-commerce retailers, whose brands have been bumped and bruised by third-party delivery partners. However, long overdue relief may be on its way.
For years, Australia has been dumping its recyclable waste elsewhere, mostly in China. Now that the economic giant has reclassified what it will accept, problems are piling up into a plastic tsunami.
Cambridge Analytica's Facebook data scandal is a wake-up call every firm should heed. It's put data security firmly back on the agenda.
If you were to benchmark your public sector organisation against international best practice, would its financial management measure up? There is a framework, measurement and benchmarking tool that can help.
With time at Instagram and Facebook to leverage, Strava CEO James Quarles wants to make his fitness tracking app a community for the most engaged athletes in the world.
John Stavridis CPA is a captain and commander with the Royal Australian Navy, with years of service and military training. Why then did he choose to complete the CPA Program?
Donor fatigue, shrinking incomes and generational change are just a few of the challenges facing charities and Not-for-Profits. This eBook, which grew out of CPA Australia’s Not-for-Profit Conference, outlines how charities and NFPs can innovate and grow in an environment where donors are under financial pressure and competition is increasing.
Does Amazon’s entry into Australia bother Ruslan Kogan? Heck no. Look up LED TVs on amazon.com.au and the first few listings are … yep, you guessed it, for kogan.com.
Jacquetta Griggs FCPA, CFO at AIS and deputy president of CPA Australia’s Victorian Divisional Council, has a passion for education and a nose for cash flow.
Asia’s ultra-wealthy business elites are facing their biggest challenge – successfully passing on their hard-earned fortunes to the next generation.
There’s evidence that building on your strengths, rather than addressing your weaknesses, can make you happier and more successful at work.
Employers overlook the quiet achievers in their organisations at their peril. Here are five tips to look after introverted employees so that they stay.
How do you encourage staff to gain new skills in today’s busy workplaces, where people are time poor? Two HR experts share their advice.
It’s the story we keep writing – how do we get more women into leadership roles? We keep writing it because it’s still not happening in a meaningful or timely way. What’s holding women back, and how can men be part of the solution?
Cecile Thaxter, the first female general manager of Kalgoorlie’s legendary Super Pit, is determined to challenge the status quo – one mind at a time.
It’s a worldwide problem: economic productivity should be rising … but it’s not. Experts can’t agree on whether it’s due to the global financial crisis (GFC), zombie companies or a complex mix of other factors, but they all agree that things haven’t been this bad since the 1950s.
Disagreements with a colleague can easily slide into a cubicle cold war. That's not good for morale or productivity, so how can you resolve these issues?