Month: September 2010

Heading For an Old Age of Regret

Nigel Marsh, author of Fat, Forty and Fired says we need to be careful of achieving a successful career but an old age full of regret.

Peer Index: Rating Your Online Influence

Azeem Azhar talks about a new online tool that helps seek out the most active and influential people in a variety of subject areas.

Fibre over the ditch

While Australia argues about the merits of rolling out a $43 billion fibre-to-the-home network, a similar debate rages over the ditch in New Zealand.

A Tale of Two Economies

The Commonwealth Banks Viewpoint report shows that workers in some of our mining areas are attracting salaries considerably higher than the national average — so are these benefits being spread to the broader economy?

Moving Forward On Cliches

Cliches – 7 percent of us admit to liking using them, but a whopping 44.7 percent find them annoying.

5 Ways to Lose Staff & Reduce Productivity

Are you as good a manager as you think you are? Even though management styles are improving Richard Dubks says there are still lots of mistakes being made.

Six Ways To Beat The Spam Filter

We all love spam filters, except when we discover that a regular email newsletter. Melissa Norfolk takes us through six ways to beat the blocker.

Why You Shouldn’t Sweat The Small Stuff

Kristine Carlson takes us through five ideas from hjer late husband’s book “Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff” —- and how his ideas helped her cope with her sudden loss.

Much cheaper NBN wins it by a whisker

The green light has been turned back on for the NBN, perhaps because the Independents were told the cost to the taxpayer was considerably less than $43 billion.

A Better Plan For Our Cities

Professor Brendan Gleeson says Australia suffers from a planning deficit and a democratic deficit.

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