A new report has found companies with higher “human capital management” scores outperform others, yet the potential upside still isn’t always priced in by the market.
As a founder in a country with gender inequality and an embryonic tech scene, 20-year-old self-taught technologist Crystal Kewe is capturing the attention of global tech giants.
Despite GDP expanding a strong 3.4 per cent in the year to June, conditions are not quite as strong as they sound for many consumers.
Creating an RBA for data and the role of national chief data officer is critical if Australia is to seize the chance of being a global leader in the emerging data economy.
As “Siri for Westpac” is rolled out, a survey shows almost half of Australians use voice assistants, and personalisation is key to more people getting on board.
After six years working to help build capability in innovation, a new approach of placing employees in a social enterprise has had the most powerful results I’ve seen.
On the 10th anniversary of Lehman Brothers’ collapse, Phil Coffey and Curt Zuber provide fresh insights into the chaotic days in 2008 as the GFC intensified and Westpac worked through the merger with St.George.
Ahead of today’s R U OK? Day, Waves of Wellness CEO Joel Pilgrim discusses his unique approach to mental health and his expansion plans beyond surfing.
Not-for-profits are increasingly prioritising innovation to offset strong competition and solve social and environmental challenges, according to a new study.
Social enterprise Soft Landing is making progress in putting the 1.25 million mattresses dumped in landfill each year to better use, but it’s still “just scratching the surface”.