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Have [executives] grasped the ‘new world’ of social or are they still struggling to see the value?

Darren Sibson BlueNotes contributing editor

Are socially inactive executives at risk of becoming less relevant in the digital world? If Dale Carnegie were around today, he’d be on Twitter, Linkedin, WeChat, Instagram…

Darren Sibson BlueNotes contributing editor

24 Jun 2016

[Australia needs to] shift the way it thinks about the economy [from one] that uses stuff to one that uses people as a main input to the process.

Richard Yetsenga Acting Chief Economist, ANZ

20 Jun 2016

VIDEO: Could Australia face a services-led labour shortage?

Andrew Cornell Managing Editor BlueNotes

20 Jun 2016

Business, get creative: a labour shortage looms by 2030

Australia’s economy will become increasingly reliant upon services in the coming decades but nobody is talking about what this will mean for the labour market.

Toby Roberts & Richard Yetsenga Director Business Management, IIB & Acting Chief Economist at ANZ

20 Jun 2016

Big data helps us see more when it comes to cyber security

Working like an electron microscope, big data allows banks to meaningfully analyse vast amounts of data and see things we might have missed without it.

Scott Collary Chief information officer, ANZ

16 Jun 2016

INFOGRAPHIC: an ethical wrap up

Demand for ethical labels on products is growing as consumers become more environmentally conscious.

Ewa Hudson Head of Health and Wellness Research, Euromonitor International

14 Jun 2016

VIDEO: go customer centric or go home

Innovation around technology is changing marketplaces, but innovation around business models is what will make companies stand out.

Francesca Rizzo Contributing editor, BlueNotes

10 Jun 2016

IN PICTURES: mobile banking, 50s style

Long before smartphones and Apple Pay, mobile banking was on the move – with a slightly different look.

Peter Marinick & Francesca Rizzo Archivist & Contributing editor at ANZ

23 Jun 2016

Innovation in Australia: how safe is the safe harbour?

Do current regulations make the business community feel stifled when it comes to taking on risk and embracing innovation?

Samantha Kinsey & Tony Troiani Restructuring & Insolvency Partners, King & Wood Mallesons

21 Jun 2016

Will there be a war to end cyber warfare?

Cyber threats are always evolving and defences designed to defeat last week’s breach may not work today.

Andrew Cornell Managing Editor BlueNotes

20 Jun 2016

Refugees: crucial to Australia’s success story

Australia as we know it has been built on successive waves of migration. All these people need is to be given a chance.

Tony Nicholson Executive Director of the Brotherhood of St Laurence

15 Jun 2016

Fintech investment surges in Q1 but does that mean the Kodak moment nears for banks?

Large deals concentrated in Asia have led to a major rebound in VC-backed fintech in 2016. Does this mean fintech is back?

Andrew Cornell Managing Editor BlueNotes

14 Jun 2016

Asia’s underrated markets for NZ agribiz

Everyone knows China will be huge for NZ primary producers but what are the markets nobody is talking about?

Cameron Bagrie & Con Williams Chief Economist and & Agri Economist, ANZ NZ

23 Jun 2016

Great opportunities – and some hazards - await AI’s role in financial services

Financial services are cautiously optimistic about adopting artificial intelligence, according to Baker & McKenzie research.

Darren Sibson & Francesca Rizzo BlueNotes contributing editors

14 Jun 2016

How impact investing is making a difference

New and innovative investment models are creating positive social and environmental momentum around the world.

Chris Rowlands Social Entrepreneurship and Economic Development (SEED) Manager at World Vision Australia

10 Jun 2016

Commercialising creativity – turning great ideas into real businesses

Australia’s challenge in taking great innovations and research out into the world is well known. A unique joint venture between two rival universities demonstrates how it can be done.

Shane Buggle ANZ Deputy Chief Financial Officer and Head of Finance

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