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We have to learn to love professional networking

In a recent informal discussion, the value of professional networks as opposed to social networks was raised. Without exception all people involved in the discussion agreed that the ability to network professionally is essential in today’s business environment, however where the conversation went next was even more interesting. Some of those present indicated that they […]
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What is going on?

Following are headlines from various articles and opinion pieces that have appeared in the Australian Financial Review during March: ANZ offered $50m to settle market rigging case – 5-6 March CBA fails sustainability test – 11 March Banking on cultural change – 12-13 March NAB, ANZ review life after CBA scandal – 14 March  Reading […]
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It seems it’s challenging to find good leadership

I have been a follower of Phil Ruthven founder and director of IBISWorld since I don’t know when as he is an astute businessman with formidable skills as a forecaster and strategist. Today his regular Newsletter crossed my desk; the opening sentence captured my attention “Fifteen years into the new century, it is hard to […]
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Different Personality Types CAN be Productive and Work Remotely? Here’s how.

From time to time discussion is reignited around pros and cons of working remotely. In last week’s Australian Financial Review, Professor John Spoehr director of the Australian Industrial Transformation Institute at Flinders Business School stated that the Australian Bureau of Statistics estimates that around 25% of people who are employed work some hours each week […]
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