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At the risk of sounding like your Mum, you’re looking a little stressed about...

By delegating some tasks, you will be able to improve your business. The first step to do this is to be able to recognise when you need assistance. Check your current workload, responsibilities and some aspects of your business that stress you out. Sometimes, people are in denial of stress, so for you to be able to do an honest stress assessment, try to see if you have some manifestations of stress like headaches, muscle pains or trouble sleeping.

The Global Acceleration Program invites innovative companies to an Acceleration Workshop in China

Pyksis and ANZA Technology Network recently partnered to create a program inviting companies considering Chinese export markets to bring their genius ideas to the table. The Global Acceleration Program (GAP) is a new program that aims to accelerate North American and Chinese market access for Victorian companies. Interested? Up to five positions can be filled per cohort, with one going to the USA and one to China.

When is it good to be made redundant? When you’re a business owner!

Redundancy is rarely a word you want to hear. However, for business owners, it should be considered a word of great positivity. Being redundant in your business means you are free from dependency; in fact, plain free. Think of all the inane tasks we do because we think we are the only one that can do them “properly”. Yet, most tasks can be delegated; it’s just our ego that often gets in the way of being free of them.

The 7 principles of a successful restructure

Chances are, you’ve had to make some changes to your company’s internal structure in response to the economic downturn and in preparation for the slow recovery that appears to be underway. As with everything in business, restructures can be done well and they can be done poorly. Here are seven principles to help you avoid unnecessary complication.

When and where to outsource your business functions

One of the most important skills a business leader can develop is being able to identify what to undertake in-house and what to outsource. As Dean Morelli explains, if you know where your company truly adds value, then outsourcing other functions of the business frees you up to add even more value.

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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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