With apologies to America’s founders, “Give me digital, or give me death!” could be a catch cry for small business owners faced a rapidly changing and disrupted economy as they struggle to decide where to invest their limited resources to remain competitive. It’s hard to know which way to go, but there are some fundamentals… Read more »
Next time you cop a few paragraphs or earfuls of criticism from a client (constructive or otherwise) remember this nugget of truth from soloist and positive psychologist, Catherine Bell. “It’s the people out there doing things that receive the most criticism. Give yourself a pat on the back for continuing your journey and chalk up the… Read more »
We doubled down for five months, and I thought I’d share how we got our app live under our $5,000 budget and the lessons we learned along the way.
The classic saying “two heads are better than one” reflects the idea that collaboration is the key to success. In the software technology world, best-of-breed represents this approach, encouraging businesses to have several solutions working closely together to create a better experience for end-users and IT teams, rather than relying on a single-vendor solution.
Bill Gates once said that a company’s most unhappy customers are the greatest source of learning. As the dust settles on the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry, many disgruntled and disillusioned Australians will be hoping this proves true, and that after a decade of scandal the banks might finally learn their lesson and play fairly with their customers.
When starting a business you are typically cash and time poor, which can lead to shortcuts when setting up, registering and protecting your assets. But if an investor comes knocking, or things start to take off, it’s time to get your house in order. Here’s how.
When my Pilates business thrived, I saw an opportunity to expand with related fitness brands. Here’s why it didn’t work out writes Aaron Smith, Founder of KX Pilates Confession time: I’m a former personal trainer, but I knew not long after I started that the personal training industry in Australia was quite saturated and I… Read more »
Founders have traditionally tended to block out conversations about wellbeing and hide their struggles as they focus desperately on building their business.
Our small Sydney based team at Rufus & Coco have an-all female executive management team made up of five very talented women. These women and mothers bring so much value and a uniquely female perspective to the business.
Companies will need to place a stronger emphasis on building their voice technology presence, as it will soon become its own channel, with its own spend and tactics.
It’s extremely valuable in business to create your own social network to lean on. Think of it like a board for a company and consider the strengths you want to develop.
Combining microlearning with mobile has created one of the most exciting changes in learning and development in decades.