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  1. What makes a good leader today?

    Today’s leader must strike a balance between traditional authority and creating a space where connectivity thrives...

  2. Do the experiment before the business case

    Pete Williams CA of Deloitte Australia’s Centre for the Edge says innovation works best when you start small and leave the business case at the door...

  3. Can you handle the truth? Trust, ethics and automation

    December 2018 issue of Acuity tackles the big issues. EY Fellow for Trust and Ethics Clare Payne shoots down weasel words, and we look at how robotic process automation (RPA) could save accountants...

  4. Michael Andrew tackles the cheats

    The former global head of KPMG is taking on the black economy, from organised crime to everyone who pays a tradie in cash...

  5. How small practices can shine

    From networking to new technology, the World Congress of Accountants 2018 in Sydney has much to offer to small firms that think big...

  6. Feedback to success

    A workplace in which feedback is regular, honest and mostly positive is one that has a powerful advantage over competitors...

  7. Catching the digital wave

    Firms with a digital focus perform better than others, which is why the digital wave is one of five trends that will define the successful enterprises of tomorrow, according to a new CA ANZ survey of...

  8. Flexibility may cost women on gender pay

    The latest CA ANZ remuneration survey shows that women – and also men – seek work-life balance and flexibility. But the scarcity of real flexibility may be impacting female accountants the most...

  9. Beyond the GFC: Where to next?

    Will there ever be another GFC? Economic historian and Harvard professor Niall Ferguson, the influential thinker behind The Ascent of Money book and TV series will speak at WCOA about what we’ve...

  10. How to crack China’s online market

    With the arrival of major platforms such as Alibaba and JD.com to Australia, new sales channels are opening up for local exporters. Asialink Business offers tips on selling directly to savvy Chinese...

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