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  • March 22 2019 Why businesses must embrace automation for future success

    Automation is a driving force behind a changing workforce in which mundane tasks are no longer part of most job descriptions and workers are freed up to contribute strategically and creatively to the organisation. This makes it imperative for businesses to understand and embrace automation, and to comprehend how the future workforce will evolve. By Read More…

  • March 5 2019 Business is changing rapidly – with Dell Experts, IT consultants can stay ahead of the curve

    Developments in business technologies have advanced rapidly in the last decade, placing an increasing burden on IT consultants and their clients to become innovative and dynamic. Delivering the best solutions can be a complex task as technology eclipses learned knowledge. With the tailored training programs found in Dell Experts, IT consultants have instant access to Read More…

  • November 20 2018 Global Productivity – who’s doing it right?

    Business truly is a global affair, and it’s fair to say that certain countries are leading the way in terms of efficiency and productivity. Longer working hours doesn’t always equal greater productivity, it’s often about working smarter, not harder. Now that most multinational corporations now have bases all over the world, it’s becoming increasingly important Read More…

  • October 29 2018 Struggling to attract good employees?

    Your employer brand is your reputation as an employer.

  • September 5 2018 How to be a more socially responsible small business

    Small businesses may struggle to have a distinct cooperate social identity. But it doesn’t always have to be this way.

  • March 19 2018 Interested in a career in the emergency management & homeland security sector – what you need to know

    When looking at the hot-button topics of the world today, security is high on the list. With terrorism affecting just about every country in some capacity or another, there has never been such a focus or emphasis on security and emergency management. And it’s not just traditional terrorist acts that are gaining attention. Today, there Read More…

  • February 13 2018 Is it a good idea to do a part-time MBA while running your business?

    Gaining an MBA can be great for a business owner for a whole range of reasons. For one thing, it will give you greater credibility with your peers and potential clients, investors, and partners. It will also provide you with some good networking possibilities. The most important benefit, however, is what you can learn. An Read More…

  • February 13 2018 3 credits to online continuing finance education

    Originally, you may have thought that dedicating an enormous number of hours in collegiate classrooms in the hopes of completing your business or finance degree would open up endless opportunities with no need for further re-education.  Investing in yourself in this way would not only provide a nice diploma to hang on the wall but Read More…

  • February 13 2018 4 things to think about if you want to be a project manager

    Whether you are training to become a project manager, thinking about it, or are already one, there are certain skills and values that you should have to be the best project manager you can be. Completing a masters in project management from Brandeis University can help you build on some of these skills and ideas, Read More…

  • June 21 2017 Cost-effective, hassle-free, fruitful: what recruitment must be for Australian SMEs

    Since launching in July 2015, the Federal Government’s employment services program, jobactive, has helped employers from across Australia recruit more than 400,000 suitably skilled workers. The popularity of jobactive with employers is attributable to the range of services, available through the program, that make it cost-effective and hassle-free for businesses, especially SMEs, to recruit staff who Read More…

  • January 16 2017 Why more employers are financing MBAs

    As the war for employee talent heats up, more and more companies are funding graduate management education for their brightest and most senior employees. The main reason for organisations taking this approach is to reduce staff turnover and strategically invest in both the employee and the company. Today, between one-in-five and one-in-ten students at some Read More…

  • November 28 2016 How business school opens doors for women

    Women who want to rise to executive roles, start their own business, or gain more credibility and confidence at work should not overlook a Master of Business Administration (MBA), as it can offer benefits that can otherwise be difficult to gain. Recently, women have risen to make up more than 40 per cent of business Read More…

  • July 5 2016 Tap into the advantages of engaged workers

    Employee engagement is a key theme for many SMEs as they struggle to attract and maintain talent in the highly competitive employment market. According to Gallup’s State of the Global Workforce report, only 13% of employees worldwide are engaged at work and in Australia only 24% of workers are engaged. Employee engagement isn’t the same Read More…

  • May 9 2016 Internships marketed as ticket out of unemployment

    In the last ten or so years, internships have boomed in Australia – perhaps following the example set in America where young people routinely work for free to make themselves more employable. Back home, internships have certainly become commonplace, and with good reason. Why not take advantage of free labour if it’s on offer? The Read More…

  • April 8 2016 Work/life made for you

      Let’s set the record straight, work/life balance is a myth. The idea that we can balance our working career with the rest of our life is just nuts. What I strive for is to create my own mix of career, family, relationships and ‘me time’. I have chosen my own path, with my own Read More…

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