Stories by Nadia Cameron

Preparing for the future of work and leadership

Successful business leaders of the future don’t have all the answers and embrace authenticity, innovation, and an emotional connection with their staff, a panel of business and innovation advisors claims.

Written by Nadia Cameron02 Aug. 13 13:14

The business end of IT

Keeping the customer front and centre has been at the heart of Foxtel’s IT strategy since the early days, says CIO Robyn Elliott.

Written by Nadia Cameron11 June 13 13:35

CFOs are becoming more strategic: Report

The role of the CFO has become more strategic over the last three years and is one which can drive change across the whole organisation, a new survey claims.

Written by Nadia Cameron24 May 13 10:10

Cash visibility tops list in first Asia-Pacific treasury report

Improving cash visibility is the top priority for treasury departments across the Asia-Pacific yet technology adoption remains inadequate, according to the first-ever regional survey of the treasury function.

Written by Nadia Cameron20 May 13 13:25

Integrated reporting framework draft welcomed by KPMG

KPMG has welcomed the release of the International Integrated Reporting Council’s (IIRC) Draft Integrated Reporting Framework 2013, claiming it represents a significant step towards reporting business value.

Written by Nadia Cameron23 April 13 11:38

Aussie retailer seeks better customer insight through ERP

Australian footwear retailer, Spend-less Shoes, has chosen Microsoft’s Dynamics AX 2012 for Retail solution to cope with rapid national growth and deliver an integrated multi-channel retail experience to customers.

Written by Nadia Cameron16 April 13 10:29

Taking the university challenge: CFO Matthew Walsh

The online education sector is growing at a rapid pace internationally. According to research undertaken by analysts at IBISWorld, the sector is one of the top five growing industries, worth $5bn in annual revenue in Australia. It employs nearly 20,000 people and is also expected to outperform the overall economy through 2017-2018.

Written by Nadia Cameron08 April 13 12:50