04 Jul 2017
Far more than just a telephone, the iPhone has changed the world – and connected it – arguably more than any other device in recent history.
04 Jul 2017
Workers share their experiences of operating in a world with computers in their pockets.
18 Mar 2016
Over the past few decades technology has changed our lives at an unprecedented rate. For the wealth industry, the convergence of technological and social innovation is pushing us to think and act differently, finding new ways to help people secure their future wellbeing.
19 Oct 2015
Seeing the black cab drivers lined up in London to protest against Uber earlier this year got me thinking: there is no stopping progress (although in the short term you can obviously cause traffic jams).
16 Oct 2015
Nothing is immune to the digital revolution and the way we donate is undergoing a substantial change. In the latest in BlueNotes' series on the passion and science of giving, Shout for Good CEO Jane Martino writes about philanthropy and the digital revolution.
11 Sep 2015
The volatility across global markets and data out of China has unsettled many across the region. While the much-feared 'China Syndrome' is a fanciful worst-case scenario for many, what is happening in the Asian giant today is not the catastrophe many believe.
24 Aug 2015
As chief financial officer at ANZ I'm always on the lookout for what others in the industry are doing well to see what I can learn and apply at our company.
20 Aug 2015
Almost every successful company has a firm understanding of strategy and values. But how many have a clear, simple and stated organisational purpose?
05 Aug 2015
A hackathon is an event where software programmers, developers and designers come together for days on end to brainstorm, create and collaborate. It's a place where ideas are born - and like all ideas some die quietly, some burn bright but quickly flare out and others take on a life of their own.
03 Jun 2015
Two events in the past week have had me thinking about journalism and the new world of social, digital and mobile. The traditional homes of journalism are being eroded while new opportunities in corporate publishing and the collaborative economy are yet to establish sustainable funding models for quality journalism.
27 Feb 2015
I recently enjoyed a coffee with a treasurer of a major US firm in Dubai. She is a leader I admire (and in fact I'm trying to encourage her to write the next version of 'lean-in' or 'pull out' :) ).
We became involved in discussing how we both lead virtual teams located around the world and what we have learned.
10 Feb 2015
The roll out of mobile banking in the Solomon Islands has brought banking services to more than 24,500 people - including 15,500 previously unbanked - reaching people in all nine provinces across the country.