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Whether they're called Gen Y or millennials, their spending power and influence means businesses need to pay attention to them.
The recall of nine million cars in 2010 caused collateral damage to the reputation of Toyota's production system, and revived questions about silver-bullet theories of business excellence.
A new blueprint for the Australia’s manufacturing sector offers some big ideas for saving the sector.
Conveying bad news is part of every manager’s job. It comes with territory. The problem is that many managers are not skilled at doing it. Here's how.
Globally, there is unprecedented interest in India and its potential as the world's next economic superpower alongside China – but Australia needs to catch on.
What is the risk-mitigation strategy for really novel ideas?
In a study of eight US presidential elections, there is a clear pattern. Vocal dominance is measurable and the dominant candidate gets most votes.
Recent scandals overseas have led to a perception that the once-honourable role of CEO has turned into a dubious burden. How can that view be turned around?
General Motors has waved goodbye to its chief marketing officer Joel Ewansick, after he spent only two years at the company.
Companies are increasingly turning to 'co-opetition' to tap into new markets. How do businesses make it work?
Car-maker Ford may quit local production by 2016, according to a report in The Australian Financial Review.
It’s never been easy to sell mid-priced products, but it’s getting harder. Goodman Fielder confronts the new consumer: willing to pay $1 – or $7 – for a loaf of bread.
Both sides of politics have engaged in myopic auto industry policies for several decades. It's time for a shake-up.
Ford’s move has left federal and state governments defending a decision to pay out millions to car manufacturers earlier this year.
How and when does one monetise a social network or knowledge bank? A look at a stockmarket game that quickly attracted 100,000 users.
The supply chain glitch that led car maker Ford to stand down 1800 workers is part of a worldwide trend affecting companies in every sector.