First 5000 is a new business development alliance for Australia's most significant mid-size companies. It's a vehicle to connect and network with local and international big business as well as policy makers, and of course each other.
Most new projects will cost three times more than you project, take three times as long to get to market, and generate a third less revenue than you anticipated.Lance Kalish, co-founder of Yes To, explains his Rule of Three.
My business partner Ido and I look at building a business very differently. Ido looks at a genius idea and thinks about how excited the retailers and magazine editors will be. I look at what it’s going to cost to produce it, the likelihood of successfully delivering the product, and what the return on investment will be on the whole project.
Female participation in the information and communications technology is very low compared to other industries. Sharryn Millican from Qlik explains why gender diversity is crucial in today’s business environment.
Much has been written about women in information and communications technology (ICT), with conversations often relating towards the low percentage of women who occupy the sector.
Defibrillators at the workplace save lives, and it is critical to ensure that they work when needed. All industry professionals and interested stakeholders are invited to provide their feedback on the new defibrillator guidelines.
Revised guidelines for the deployment and use of Automated External Defibrillators (AED) were released for consultation this month by the Automated External Defibrillator Deployment Registry (AEDDR). A dedicated AEDDR Consultation Committee has been established in response to initial feedback to coordinate the process.
Too many middle managers are unloved, unskilled and often unwanted. Tony Gleeson, executive general manager of the Australian Institute of Management, has solutions to improve the productivity of middle managers.
There’s a clear solution to one of Australia’s most pressing productivity challenges – how to boost the productivity and commitment of our nation’s half a million middle managers. Survey research by the Australian Institute of Management in conjunction with Monash University confirms the performance of middle managers is hurting many Australian organisations.
Michal Bodi writes about how to get the best out of your team members so they stay with you for a long time.
If you’re a small business owner then hiring new people to join your business can be traumatic. But that’s only step one, right? Then you need to keep them motivated so they enjoy their role and stay with you. After weeks (or months) of training, spending your valuable time, money and resources, you don’t want to have to start over again.
But how do we successfully master the art of keeping our employees happy?