Financial resilience: How accounting helped a food relief charity when COVID hit
When COVID-19 plunged a thriving food charity into crisis, Monash Business School researchers were on hand to observe what happened next.
Boardroom overhaul: has anything changed post-Hayne?
In the wash-up of the Royal Commission into banking and financial services, the corporate world is looking for ways to prevent repeat behaviour.
Chasing prosperity – Doing business in China
Australian businesses looking to crack the lucrative Chinese market will benefit from understanding cultural differences and knowing what Chinese consumers love.
Future predictions: revolutionising the accuracy of business forecasting
Anticipating customer demands into the future can be tricky. But a new tool could revolutionise the accuracy of business forecasting.
AFL insights: lessons for kicking goals in business
Australian companies looking to expand, both organically and through mergers and acquisitions, need to look no further than the country's favourite sport – Australian Rules football – to find examples of what gives new ventures a head start for future success.
Is China’s ‘One Belt, One Road’ the world’s new Marshall Plan?
While there are parallels, it is still fraught to compare the China-dominated Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank with the (still) US-dominated World Bank.