Competence matters during emergencies but few governments and their bureaucracies have managed to contain the health and associated economic and social emergency that came with COVID-19.
Managers usually try to keep teams focused on long-term goals and strategies. But these are uncertain times… and leaders are challenged to find new ways to help employees feel productive, safe, engaged and motivated.
QLD Business Boost Grants open 30 July 2021 at 9AM, with applications remaining open until all funds are exhausted. This program provides support to businesses to improve their efficiency and productivity.
Accelerating Commercialisation provides small and medium businesses, entrepreneurs and researchers with access to expert advice and funding to help get a novel product, process or service to market.
In this article, we look at ways the Finance Function should positively (and strategically) impact your business and help management make the best business decisions. How does your Finance Team stack up?
For many, the market volatility of 2020 has been difficult to navigate. Some people only realised that they had too much exposure to risk in their investment portfolio after markets fell dramatically.
Getting the balance right between a safe spending rate and having enough income to enjoy retirement takes some careful planning. Investing for a reasonable return is one approach to helping your savings go the distance.
Long-term investment can be challenging. Given the inherent volatility of markets, it’s useful to remind ourselves of strategies we can utilise to meet long-term investment goals.
Are you making the most of your cash resources? Carefully managing cash in your business could determine whether you sink or swim through these COVID times. Here are 5 keys to minimising risk and optimising your cash management.
Planning, strategy, goal-setting… They’re all critically important… but without cash, a business is very unlikely to succeed, let alone survive. Read why.