24 Jul 2017

Fixing the feedback loop at work

Jodi Fullarton-Healey | General Counsel, International & Institutional Banking at ANZ

When it comes to feedback at work, everyone wants it but nobody wants to give it.

Top stories

28 Jul 2017

Real-time payment: busting the myths around PayID

Kate Sutherland | bluenotes contributor

New system supports easy-to-remember ID to safely direct or receive payments.

27 Jul 2017

A new way to cultivate capital for farming’s future

Sam Marwood | Co-founder at Cultivate Farms

An ag startup aims to rejuvenate Australia’s farming communities by match-making young and existing families.

28 Jul 2017


Rod Clement | Walkley Award-winning cartoonist

Award-winning Illustrator Rod Clement shares his uniquely quirky take on the corporate world. This week: on your bike.

28 Jul 2017

Catherine Fox recognised with Walkley

Shane White | Senior production editor, bluenotes

bluenotes contributor, guest editor recognised for work on gender equality.

20 Jul 2017

Australia’s energy certainty opportunity

Shayne Elliott | Chief Executive Officer, ANZ

It is in all our interests to move beyond old debates and seek certainty around energy policy.

26 Jul 2017

Ripped off or not?

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor bluenotes

The debate around credit card surcharges has raised its head again in the wake of a ruling in Britain.

24 Jul 2017

Aus agriculture’s multi-sided China opportunity

Simone Stella | bluenotes contributor

Australian produce is embedded in the premium end of China’s retail market – but there are opportunities all along the supply chain.

24 Jul 2017

The accumulative benefits of agtech

Reina Webster-Iti | bluenotes contributor

Modern technology saves time and energy on the farm – and leads to better outcomes.

20 Jul 2017

How to get millennials involved in their future

Erin Truscott | Adviser & shareholder at GCA Financial Pty Ltd

Research suggests millennials aren’t engaged with financial advice – but there are ways the profession can help.

More insights

21 Jul 2017

Alibaba, fintech & techfin

Steve Worthington | Professor at Swinburne University

Move over financial services and fintechs – techfins are here to eat your lunch.

19 Jul 2017

Identity theft: stopping a digital zombie apocalypse

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor bluenotes

Hordes of fake identities are being created for the purpose of illegally obtaining credit.

17 Jul 2017

Leadership lessons from GoT (no spoilers!)

Leo D'Angelo Fisher | Freelance journalist

Betrayal, deceit, false flattery, mind games… don’t worry, we’re not talking about work - are we?

17 Jul 2017

Super: the great Australian apathy

Alexis George | Group Executive Wealth, ANZ

More than half of all Australians significantly underestimate how much superannuation they’ll need for independence.

17 Jul 2017

Is Australia’s tech infrastructure letting farmers down?

Sarah Lang | Regional Executive, ANZ

Aus agri must increase productivity and efficiency - and technology can play a major role.

14 Jul 2017

Paradise, the Samoan way

Mark Skulley | Freelance journalist

bluenotes speaks to Samoan PM Susuga Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi about the country’s future.

14 Jul 2017

Stronger through workplace challenge and change

Nigel Bowen | Freelance journalist

For financial advisers, staying positive in an environment of massive change and public scrutiny is tough – but can be done.

10 Jul 2017

Youth education key to regional prosperity

Isaac Rankin | GM Regional Business Banking, ANZ

Supporting youth education is vital to building vibrant and sustainable regional communities.

11 Jul 2017

The tech tidal wave building for NZ agri

Briar McCormack | bluenotes contributor

Producers should expect more tech-driven change around traceability, food quality, animal welfare and environmental issues.


20 Jul 2017

How do we nurture the green bond market?

Robert Scharfe | Chief Executive Officer of the Luxembourg Stock Exchange

Exchange groups have the power to support the transition to greener economies.

18 Jul 2017

The danger of jumping the recovery gun

Richard Yetsenga | ANZ chief economist

Growth is somewhat above trend in many economies, but where is the pricing power?

04 Jul 2017

How the mobile revolution changed jobs – and the world

Shane White | Senior production editor, bluenotes

Workers share their experiences of operating in a world with computers in their pockets.