- The (r)evolution of management
After a century of trying to control people, processes and information, we have come to a point in organisational history where we need to recognise that what worked before just simply isn’t enough anymore. Therese S. Kinal provides clues as to the way forward.
- What makes an ideal leader?
Australian employees have got a clear idea about what they value in leaders, and it might not be what you think.
- Too busy to lead: The diary of a well-intentioned manager
Graham Winter presents the true story of Alex, a manager in a medium- to large-sized Australian company, struggling to make the transition from ‘manager’ to ‘leader’manager transitions
- Money talks in 2013: Aussies trade job security for cash
Yoko Ono famously sung ‘Money, that’s what I want’ – and according to the latest survey findings she was, literally, right on the money.
- “Good” news: you’re all fired
When the CEO of a US media company emailed his employees announcing his resignation last Friday, with promises that good news would follow, no one expected that news to be mass layoffs.
- Values are not so passé
Often misunderstood and underestimated, values are preferences and priorities that reflect what’s most important to an individual. Adrianna Loveday outlines why values never went out of vogue.