Topic: Disruption


Facebook IQs 7 Trends

Facebook IQ, the research arm of the social media giant, has released its first Annual Topics & Trends Report. Using Facebook's conversation data from its two billion users, the report reveals the...

Australian businesses suffer, global service sectors shrink, director sentiment at record low

ABS survey data suggests that by the end of last month around two-thirds of Australian businesses were reporting that their turnover was suffering due to the impact of the coronavirus crisis (CVC), al...

Canberra rolls out massive fiscal support as the Coronavirus Crisis (CVC) crunches the global econom...

The government’s new JobKeeper payment combined a huge fiscal commitment of $130 billion with an equally radical policy commitment to try to keep Australians in work. Economists are now looking nervo...

Taking companies in new directions

Boards need to lead innovation that combats disruptive competition.

Driving innovation: the boardroom gap

Innovation is both disrupting and creating opportunities for Australian businesses, Not-for-Profits, and governments. How boards lead their organisations in this environment is critical to the long- t...

Australian-first study reveals boardroom gap on innovation

Directors are often too focused on short-term results and traditional risks, rather than the potential disruption facing their organisations, according to a study released by the Australian Institute ...

How to be good at data

Why is it vital for business leaders to understand how data works in their organisations? As the former CEO of Facebook Australia and New Zealand, Stephen Scheeler explains, it’s all about keeping up ...

Choosing a CEO in a time of disruption and organisation culture concerns

Who gets the nod from the board: the insider or the outsider?

Disruption expected to speed up revolving door of executive leadership

Differentiating between poor CEO performance and industry change becoming a bigger challenge, as boards hold management more accountable.

The future of work – Six trends for your board agenda

Work is changing and the way directors govern their organisations must adapt. Boards will need to take informed and considered steps to take advantage of new opportunities. A new report by the AICD, D...

Directors’ playbook: The future of work

A seminal paper on the future of work and the challenges and opportunities it presents for boards.
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