Workplace culture leaves strategy in its wake 29 March 2021 An organisation can have the best structure, systems and strategy but without the right culture, they amount to nothing. Business transformation expert ALLAN KEOGH explains. We spend our lives being taught what to do, what to say and how
Facebook news crisis: Storm in a teacup or strategic play? 5 March 2021 Within the space of a week, Facebook had shut down access to Australian news content, drawn strong criticism from many circles then reinstated news services again. Spoke Corporate media specialist SIMON SHEPHERDSON investigates how the extraordinary move came about and
Premier inspects WA-based, world-first innovation 17 December 2020 A world-first innovation in Perth’s southern suburbs has grabbed the attention of Western Australian Premier Mark McGowan, who visited First Graphene (ASX:FGR) in Henderson recently to learn about the company’s new wonder material. Graphene, which is a pure form of carbon, is 200 times stronger
What do peri peri chicken and graphite have in common? 3 March 2021 What do peri peri chicken and graphite have in common? The short answer… Mozambique. While the flavour delights of the hot and spicy peri peri sauce - which stems from Mozambique’s Portuguese influence - have
Meet the CEO leading clean energy innovation October 2020 Nuno Carneiro is the recently appointed CEO of Starling Energy Group and the Plico Energy Project, an award-winning, community-driven clean energy movement. Here, he shares his vision for Plico and renewable energy in Western Australia. Heard of Plico Energy?
Sexual harassment at work is everyone’s business October 2020 A scandal which broke in 2020 relating to a former High Court judge provided a stark reminder that no workplace is immune from the risk of sexual harassment. It is happening, and every employer has an obligation to keep staff safe. Elizabeth McLean,
A game of two halves August 2020 It’s been another contradictory week in the life of Australian business with completely contrasting results and outlooks depending on which industry or sector you sit in. Thanks, but no thanks, to COVID, East Coast business momentum has dimmed on the back of
Men think they’re champions; time to prove it August 2020 Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard says male corporate Australia has a big role to play in reducing the well-established gender divide. Gillard commented on this as she presented to a packed audience, via Zoom, at an event hosted