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John M Green
believes business people should start thinking more like novelists.
“In hindsight...” Painful, often embarrassing confessions sometimes begin with those words. It is only in the future that you know how smart you are in the present. It’s why hubris is such a ...
Australia will not thrive in the 21st century if it doesn’t overcome its infrastructure challenges.
investigates how it can free up some of its bottlenecks.
Getting infrastructure back on track
It’s been estimated that Australia...
discusses the hidden profit risk in tough times: employee fear and uncertainty.
Overcoming fear and uncertainty
“The only thing we have to fear is fear itself, nameless, unreasoning, unjustified terror which paralyses needed efforts to convert retreat into advance.” So said...
Mental illness lurks quietly in most Australian workplaces.
examines what steps directors can take to stop it from silently nibbling away at their employees’ morale and company’s bottom line.
The not so beautiful mind
Linda finally has her dream job. She ma...
DATE: 28 August 2000
OPENING THE BOARDROOM DOORBy Ian Dunlop*Chief Executive OfficerAustralian Institute of Company Directors The Chief Scientist's discussion paper on our scientific capability, The Chance to Change, released last week is a long overdue reminder of the need for Australia to focus o...