Month: May 2011

Can Software Find Your Best Recruits?

There’s lots of software to help you work through the vast numbers of respondents to job advertisements. The question is, who wins in this process?

Buying a Franchise

Rod Young says buying a franchise can reduce the risk of starting out in business, but you still need to do your due diligence.

Selling the NBN dream

A little over a week ago Fairfax and News Ltd each ran a story about a collection of prominent Australians who would sell the benefits of the National Broadband Network to the Australian population.

Bouncing Back from Failure

What do you do if your business fails? For many people the collapse of a business is felt with the sadness of losing a relative, mixed with the shame of failure.

Water for a Big Australia

The Water Services Association of Australia predicts by 2056 urban water demand will have increased by 76 percent. Where will all this water come from?

Learnings From Mandela’s Protector

What can we learn about human nature from a man whose career has taken him from nightclub bouncer in Alice Springs to training a team of bodyguards for Nelson Mandela?

April 2011 in Review

The switch to service companies. Greener retailing. The benefits of exporting. Some of the highlights of the month on BTalk.

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