A big part of making the most of the ongoing workplace revolution is figuring out the best approach and strategies for managing remote teams. Three experts weigh in.
In the face of the pandemic, many governments around the world chose to sacrifice their economies in order to protect the lives of their citizens. Can we expect health to play a bigger role in predicting future economic movement?
The current pandemic has taught us that geography is no longer an obstacle when hiring staff, and employers are now more open than ever to virtually onboarding new staff on a permanent basis.
Sarah Lawrance CPA credits leaning into challenges and having close relationships with clients to not just surviving, but thriving through difficult times.
Stephannie Jonovska FCPA and Dionne Jones CPA of BlueScope Australian Steel Products are making use of every possible opportunity to upskill. The goal: a transformation of the company’s finance function, and the hope of emerging from the pandemic better than ever before.
The business landscape has undergone irrevocable change recently, but there are plenty of lessons we can learn from previous global shocks - and those businesses that thrived regardless.
Shane Fitzsimmons is one of Australia's most respected fire chiefs. He led New South Wales through the worst fire season in its history, and now he has been tasked with developing strategies to address widescale disasters as the commissioner of Resilience NSW.
There are still bumps in the road, but the transition to battery-powered vehicles is gaining speed.
We are in the era of the business pivot, with companies big and small making dramatic changes on the fly. Some pivots have ensured survival in the short term. Others are set to become part of our next normal.
How much does a senior manager need to know about what their team is doing?
The online world is full of nastiness, narcissism and the misinformed. With so much at stake, it is important that you – and your business – control your brand message with a steady hand.
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.