Strategy

Traditional retailers who were slow to diversify from their bricks-and-mortar retailing now realise that they have to have an online channel.

Retail trends: From transaction to experience


Dr Avnesh “Avi” Ratnanesan, CEO of digital healthcare company Energesse.

Health check: Can analytics elevate the patient experience?


A mock-up of aerospace manufacturer Blue Origin’s crew lander vehicle that is set for launch in 2024 to take a team of NASA astronauts to the moon.

Watch this space: Why every business will be a space business


The late Steve Jobs (L), chairman of Apple Computers, and John Sculley, Apple’s former president, pose with the original Macintosh personal computer, in January 1984.

What's the golden age to become an entrepreneur?


“Pivot” and “agility” have entered our everyday vocabulary, and, while many businesses have suffered, those that have survived and even prospered are the ones that have seized the opportunity to innovate.

Why creativity thrives during times of constraint


Businesses merely amplify the ordinary challenges of relationships, and those issues become more obvious.

Power couples: Top tips on working with your spouse


7 ways to spot real facts from fake news


Disruptor alert: Which sector is next?


While a large portion of his professional life has been spent advocating for the rights of society’s most vulnerable, Patrick McGorry is keen to point out that poor mental health does not discriminate.

Patrick McGorry: Why investing in mental health is good for business


In Australia, telehealth options have largely been the reserve of rural and remote patients, until now.

Digital health: Here to stay post-pandemic?


US President Donald Trump speaks to a crowd of supporters at a rally in 2019. A year on, campaign narratives and how upcoming elections will be conducted have changed significantly, driven by events of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Counting on votes: The economics of elections


Murray Wyatt FCPA argues that Australian accountants have been “digitally transforming” for at least four decades.

4 lessons from experts on digital transformation


Most organisations are not as well prepared for a ransomware attack, which usually starts with an email that entices the receiver to click on a link or open an attachment.

How to respond to online blackmailing


In an increasingly cluttered, highly competitive market, having a point of difference and a brand that is known to specialise in a certain industry is important.

Will specialisation ensure your business's success?


Data visualisation tools take raw data and help analysts turn it into information, intelligence or insight. They also speed up the analysis process.

Hidden figures: How data visualisation can tell your story


Phu My Bridge in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

Infrastructure projects: Australia's path to economic recovery


Because Hot Toast’s business model is centred on offering outsourced CFO services, Sarah Lawrance has been able to develop deeper relationships with her clients.

Thriving accounting practice credits close client relationships


By early June, more than 2.1 million Australians had applied to the ATO to draw on their superannuation, representing an average payout amount of A$7,500.

What is the purpose of superannuation in Australia?


Unprecedented times, we are told, are upon us, with the very real prospect that Australia, and many countries across the world, will fall into a long economic slump.

How to grow a business during tough economic times


Being able to help people in difficult situations is one of the reasons Shane Fitzsimmons accepted the role as head of Resilience NSW.

Authentic and respectful: The leadership style of Shane Fitzsimmons


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