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The art of persuasion

Getting your way once is easy. It's repeating it that's hard. So how do you rate on the enchant-o-metre? We asked three pros if...

Michael Raynor

What are disruptive innovations? They’ve got to be bad, right? Right!? Well, not if they’re yours. When Clayton M. Christensen released his seminal book “The Innovators’ Dilemma”...

All-terrain stroller: US patent 2,425,688

In these times of terror, you can never be too protected against the unexpected. But if your nerves are a little frayed these days, imagine...

Licensing

Remuneration and the inventor Whenever a party intends to commercially exploit technology invented by another party, the question arises as to the proper method of...

Victorian Technology Profiles Jun/Jul 05

The path from start-up to success story can be a challenging journey. These two Victorian innovators are taking the path less travelled, turning good...

Ant Bytes — AA10

Bill Delves is a partner with Ernst & Young and head of the firms Emerging Growth Markets Group. He is also national leader of...

Kings of cool

What's better than creating a successful business? Doing it with style! Most companies are content to provide a useful product or service. But for a...

Surf wars

The future of the information age is up for grabs and the darlings of the new, new economy are jostling for position. Since Google’s...

Website reviews

Ohmynews.com Oh Yeon Ho, president and founder of South Korean website OhmyNews.com, believes there is a journalist in every one of us. OhmyNews covers stories from...

Book reviews

Leadership revelations – an Australian perspective By Avril Henry CCH Australia Limited, 2005 It is an eclectic mix that business strategist and HR consultant Avril Henry...

Marketing: The write stuff

With emails filling our inboxes every day, why not try the traditional business letter to attract the attention of your reader? One of the most...

Entrepreneurs… it's time to lighten up!

Ever wonder why people drift away from you at parties, just when you are explaining the most compelling element of your wonderful enterprise? Could it be that you take yourself a tad too seriously?

Entrepreneurs… it’s time to lighten up!

Ever wonder why people drift away from you at parties, just when you are explaining the most compelling element of your wonderful enterprise? Could it be that you take yourself a tad too seriously?

Success to dream about: ResMed’s Peter Farrel:

Peter Farrell’s authoritative baritone is at odds with his mission in life: to put people to sleep. From the embers of an idea, this...

Success to dream about: ResMed's Peter Farrel:

Peter Farrell’s authoritative baritone is at odds with his mission in life: to put people to sleep. From the embers of an idea, this...

The next last mile

If you have not yet been afflicted with Googlemania, you are probably quite bemused by their latest fad — video search. Let’s face it,...

Women who mean business

The fastest growing group of Australian entrepreneurs are women. And it’s not hard to understand why! LIESEL CAPPER FOUNDER AND DIRECTOR, MOOTER “My training in psychology helps...

The SME software explosion

After years of coping with business software designed for large corporations or the small corner store, fast growth small-tomedium- sized enterprises (SMEs) are finally...

Strategy: Building an adaptive enterprise

Last issue we examined the potential impact that accelerating change, cyclical volatility and emerging technologies can have on even the most well-researched business plan....

Crumbs for our IT start-ups

Australia is awash with private equity. So why is so little of it finding its way into the hands of entrepreneurial start-ups in the...

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