As we get ready to properly dive into the work year, we asked a couple of Australian startup CEOs what they’re working on, and what business concerns might be keeping them up at night in 2019:
Digital transformation and trust among the biggest fears keeping Australian business leaders up at night
Digital transformation and innovation and disruption are the two big fears keeping Australian business leaders up at night, a survey has found.
Social scientist, leadership expert and award-winning filmmaker, Silvia Damiano has spent the past two decades pondering the question: is a good leader made or born?
A recent study of the habits of Australian women CEOs has revealed that the road to the top is haphazard for many female leaders.
Melbourne university RMIT has partnered with fintech hub Stone and Chalk and Accenture to develop an eight week course on blockchain strategy.
Last week, Startup Daily published an article on a study that discovered a three percent (from 16 percent in 2011 to 19 percent in 2013) increase in the number of female tech startup founders, though only one in five founders have technical expertise. In other words, the number of non-technical female founders of tech startups has increased. Or to put it another way, the lack of technical skills is not deterring women from founding tech startups. No matter how you interpret it, the article received criticism. Well, not the article itself, but the article’s featured image.