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Anthony Pratt.

Will that be Mr Pratt, Sir Anthony or Colonel?

The Melbourne billionaire toyed with the idea of receiving a knighthood from King Charles III, whose charities he supported.

  • Aaron Patrick
Pressure is on leaders to find ways to reduce costs and quickly improve productivity.

Redesigning work for productivity and wellbeing

Productivity has become one of our nation’s biggest challenges and a top priority for both government and business leaders.


by Avanade

Citigroup says it has the largest presence of any foreign financial institution in Israel.

Citi sacks banker for ‘antisemitic’ social media post

Authorities have reported seeing an increase in threats targeting Jewish and Muslim institutions in the aftermath of the October 7 attack on Israel by Hamas.

  • Jenny Surane
Quantaco says it aims “make the opaque visible” through the use of data.

Data-led hospitality management delivers significant benefits

As they emerge from the pandemic, hospitality venues will be keen to accelerate their digital transformation to capitalise on growth across the sector.


by Quantaco

MakerX has pioneered an approach to software development, specifically designed to counter high start-up failure rates.

Adding rocket fuel to corporate ventures

Innovative ideas cooked up inside a corporation can burn capital and be allowed to languish without the sort of early testing faced by start-ups generally.


by MakerX

98 per cent of decision-makers say they are currently prioritising employees returning to the office.

How managers can ‘earn the commute’

Recent research shows that 40 per cent of knowledge workers now work from home. Before the pandemic, that number was significantly lower at only 8 per cent.


by Winc


The gang at Prezzee, the global digital gifting platform which is piloting Prezzee Buzz, an innovative rewards and recognition program.

Empowering workers goes digital

Saying “thank you” is one thing, but digital rewards programs are leading the way for companies wanting genuinely to reward – and inspire – their employees.


by Prezzee

If nothing goes wrong, executives will be able to collect the full time-based stock grant, ]says Michael Robinson.

Why execs can now expect big bonuses no matter what

C-suite leaders in major banks and insurers may be able to receive up to half their long-term pay boosts without meeting strict performance criteria.

  • Sally Patten

Australia’s 10 most powerful business leaders in 2023

In the ultimate view of the Power panel, the sheer size of Commonwealth Bank’s consumer-facing business lifted Matt Comyn to the top of the list.

  • James Thomson
Tim Gurner’s comments on unemployment sparked calls for a renewed focus on all corporate stakeholders, not just shareholders.

Why companies should maximise shareholder welfare

Qantas and Tim Gurner show why we need a new theory about corporate managers focusing on the interests of all stakeholders, while maintaining the primacy of creating value for company owners.

  • Richard Holden
Impact investing can make a positive environmental and social impact whilst also generating financial returns.

Impact investing’s virtuous cycle is changing our capital landscape

While environmental, social and governance (ESG) investing, as a broad term, can sometimes resist easy categorisation, impact investing suffers less in the struggle for definition.


by Nuveen

Impact investing is differentiated from other strategies as it aims achieve social or environmental impact. Nuveen has installed 1,300+ beehives on Polish farms since 2021, boosting pollination, biodiversity, and crop quality.

Impact investing - an alternative approach goes mainstream

Terms such as ESG (environmental, social and governance), sustainability and impact investing are often used interchangeably.


by Nuveen