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Remember the days when you checked your inbox only to find that you had no new messages? Me either. In fact, most people get too much...
As businesses know very well, non-engagement leads to resignations, which leads to unnecessary cost and delays. When staff leave, a whole lot of talent and opportunity leaves with them.
That's one mighty fine looking pony. And boy, can it move its tiny little pony feet.
Most people nowadays have next to zero regard for basic workplace etiquette. And yet, in any business, new or old, small or large, the way employees treat and behave around one another plays quite a huge role in productivity. If you are looking to build a professional brand, then you cannot afford to overlook these six tips to office etiquette and manners.
You’ve heard all the pros and cons for social networking. So, I’m not going there again. If you hate social media, run away. Now. However, for those of you who are hooked, there’s a whole new world of words and phrases that you need to be across. So, I felt it was time for a dictionary for our new, social media age.
Executives still waiting for the future of work to arrive nnedto spin around: it’s already here, and it’s not just changing what we do but also why we do it
There may be a conspicuous 'Me' in the word Melbourne, but a new global movement has taken root in the city's business district to encourage teamwork in dynamic spaces. Collaborative consumption is the name of the movement. You may have heard of it: The Financial Times has deemed it a “social revolution gaining momentum.” Hub Melbourne is its latest achievement.
"The American Dream" is a horror story told in "South Park" style. It says the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank has locked the US in a nigh-unbreakable cycle of loans, interest and debt, using an endless flow of currency that's backed by absolutely nothing. Side-splitting yet sobering, there's a lesson in this YouTube 'epic' for everyone.
They're innovative, Australian, highly commercial and they're changing the world, one idea at a time. Yes, it's time to reveal this year's SMART 100...
The crowd is changing social media design as much as its changing anything – well, everything else, really. The great thing that many of businesses are actively learning that crowdsourcing is not just good for basic services, it's good for ideas and creativity.
Most companies strive to achieve aggressive growth. It is something that is ultimately a sign of success. But as any entrepreneur knows, it's rarely...
Brisbane cybersecurity company beats worldwide competition to be named 2017 FinTech Startup of the...
The accolade was given to Entersoft on 29 January at the FinTech Awards, which are backed by two major Hong Kong fintech and innovation hubs. This is the company’s third major award win in as many years.
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The inventor of the World Wide Web is to touch down on Australians soil on 27 January, his first visit to the country in 15 years. He will tour five cities including Wellington in New Zealand.
Interface Innovation and Inovia have given hands to launch a new online patent filing platform which will allow Australian innovators to file patents overseas. According to Dr. Kiki Tanousis, a director of Interface innovation, the new online service aims to drop the prices of filing patents overseas, which is one of the most costly processes in the patenting process.
This FREE INFOGRAPHIC will teach you how to effectively work through these restrictions to maximize the benefits of your business usage of Instagram.
The Global Financial Crisis (a gift from our good friends, CEOs in the USA) is bringing many of us a lot of pain and there is plenty more to come. However, it also brings us a rare opportunity for change. Let's use this time of pain to make painful changes so that when we hit the upswing, we have a better system.
According to the World Economic Forum, Australia is slipping as a 'networked' nation. The organisation's annual survey of 133 nations for its Global Information Technology Report (2009–2010) ranked Australia as the world's 16th most 'networked', falling from its 14th place held over the past two years.
Major media has reported an “alarming” 22% decline in the number of Australian students studying Chinese, Indonesian, Japanese or Korean from kindergarten to year 12 between 2000 and 2008. And when the Australian Industry Group surveyed 380 business organisations, it found that most CEOs neither speak nor understand any Asian languages, and have minimal experience in the region, yet more than half of those surveyed planned to expand into Asia in the future.
The past 20 years has seen increased recognition of the role that intangible assets play in contributing to a company’s value. This is demonstrated...