From disrupter to disrupted: Apple could be next
The big question is, what’s next for Apple?
Why the death of employment is a dead idea
While many firms are moving away from direct hiring of employees to a “hierarchical contracting” model, employment remains the most efficient way for capital to exert control over labour.
Making digital work
For more than a decade companies have been urged to “digitalise” or risk getting left behind. While many accept this as a reality, we argue that the precept is at best confusing and at worst unclear for those eager to act.
Disrupting the bankers
New opportunities to reduce the cost of business borrowing could cut swathes of profit from the traditional banking industry.
Five changes that will make you an exceptional leader
To be successful leaders, accountants and finance professionals may need to adopt new habits – and perhaps discard a few ingrained ones.
Malcolm Turnbull’s new government will need to reach agreement with crossbenchers – and perhaps the Opposition – to implement its economic reform agenda.
Leadership lessons from Brexit
The failures of Brexit highlight the importance of good leadership to economic and social prosperity.
A successful mentor relationship can fast track your career, provide impartial advice, widen your networks and improve your confidence. Three young CAs from three corners of the globe describe the impact of the Chartered Accountants ANZ Mentor Exchange Programme on their lives.
A satirical website that rents out “minority” speakers to enhance the appearance of corporate diversity has been a hit – with some mistaking it for a genuine business.
My two cents
Natasha Harvey CA, Commercial Analyst, Pricing and Insights, Fonterra, Hamilton, NZ
Not whiter than white
What happens when competition morphs into a cartel?
Real solutions to real problems.
Olympic golds and career strongholds
An Olympic double gold medallist explains why winning was never her goal, why teamwork is vital and the lessons from sport that helped her succeed in the corporate world.
The chartered accountant behind technology that helps protect ocean users from shark encounters explains how his business came about, and why he’ll continue to innovate.
Songs from the heart
Apartheid-era South Africa seems a long way from 21st century Melbourne, but for EY Partner Ruth Picker the two are intrinsically linked – in music.
The face of Facebook
How Facebook down under epitomises its billionaire global CEO and why it’s going all in on people-based marketing.
Time for Tui dollars
Why the Reserve Bank of New Zealand should issue NZ$ as cryptocurrency.