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Innovation is not all about technology, social entrepreneurship too can help us find new...

Let’s not assume that innovation is limited to tech, says David Brooke, Managing Director of Social Traders, as he makes the argument for social enterprise

What are the ethics of business storytelling? Is it ever okay to make the...

"The number of times I’ve been asked whether it’s OK to just ‘make the story up’ is a concerning indicator," says business author Shawn Callahan

As hackers become organised crime syndicates, it’s time to go threat hunting instead of...

We are no longer fighting lone-wolf hackers, instead an aggregate of organised attackers. Carbon Black's Kane Lightowler says it's time to go threat hunting

Stop shooting yourself in the foot! Start-ups are guilty of committing these 5 PR...

The start-up scene in Australia is buzzing with amazing ideas and talent but communications expert Catriona Pollard continues to see five common PR mistakes

It’s time to upgrade: 5 easy steps to prepare your business for a software-defined...

Software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) technology is the latest stage in a steady evolution that continues to make business communications easier

Has the budget done enough to turn the ideas boom into an implementation boom?

The recent federal budget doesn’t go far enough to turn Australia's ideas boom into an implementation boom according to business author Jenny Vandyke

Let’s talk about the NBN: An open letter to the marketing, advertising & media...

MediaScope's Denise Shrivell is it’s time for Australian marketing, advertising and media to talk about the NBN roll-out strategy and understand its impact

Are custom apps right for your business? This is how to create the right...

While custom apps were once only in reach of big enterprises and professionals, new platforms are making it easier for anyone to create custom apps

Let’s face it, Millennials are here to stay. We better throw ourselves into their...

In most key markets such as the US, Australia and India, millennials are overtaking baby boomers in spending. Are we keeping up? Do we need to?

Beyond machines: you need talented people to stay innovative in the digital economy

As new technologies cause value chains to evolve rapidly, human roles and tasks are also digitising, as machines alter how knowledge work is performed

The rise of Gen Y: How Millennials are bringing new skills to a changing...

The current crop of 20-35 year olds, dubbed “Generation Y” or Millennials, seem to be getting more than their fair share of criticism but do thy deserve it?

What mindset does it take to succeed in the world of start-ups? Well, it’s...

So you’ve come across all the Lean Startup principles and think you have all the tools for start-up success but it is this one thing that will set you apart

Here are 5 key business lessons I have learned from 20 years of building...

Barry Lehrer is the founder of a tech start-up, DiffuzeHR. He is also turning 57 this year. He shares five lessons from his 20 years in the start-up scene

The Unusual Suspects: You have no idea where your next cyber attack will come...

Cyber security expert Rajiv Shah from BAE Systems breaks down the forms cyber threats take, as well as the methods they employ and their motivations

Running a business today is just like mountaineering and I’ll tell you exactly why

You’ve seen it before - the ‘motivational’ speaker who climbed a mountain and thinks their success is relevant to yours. But is it really relevant to you?

Come on, let the good ideas roll: Here are 5 ways to create a...

Does your business have a culture in which innovation thrives? Do you encourage your team to challenge the status quo? Or do you struggle to find the time?

Why are you taking forever to get paid? Here’s how to deal with dictator...

Lengthy repayment terms are a nightmare for small business owners . David Jackson, CEO of FundX, shares how to protect yourself against troublesome debtors

What you need to know about ransomware and how to defend against cyber extortion

Cyber security expert Brett Williams shares how to avoid becoming the victim of the latest ransomware attack and having to give in to cyber extortion

4 business leadership lessons I learnt from the French on my recent trip to...

Pulse Marketing MD Lauren Fried found herself in Paris recently preparing her business strategy and taking a tip or two from the French about leadership

Does your business need acupuncture? How small changes can spark big results

New research reveals that by applying digital remedies to precisely targeted process areas, organisations can relieve operational stress and generate growth

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Have something to sell but hate sales people? You have a...

Phil Anderson is an ex-bodybuilder who gave up the weights to pursue a career in property investment. So, what do these two seemingly distinct career...

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New Zealand’s Xero eyes US IPO, further disruption as subscribers increase...

Xero recently held its annual meeting in Wellington, during which the company revealed some interesting details about its future. As has been widely suspected, the...

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