Topic: Accounting

13 January, 2021
Filed under: Economy, Accounting

How SMEs can avoid the cash-flow crunch

SAP ANZ’s CFO, Gina McNamara, analyses research by SAP and Oxford Economics into the challenges faced by small and mid-size businesses, and how can technology can help.

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19 December, 2016
Filed under: Accounting, Leadership and management

Stuart Landsberg: Passion, purpose and people

Partner, Corporate Tax at PwC and Business School alumnus, Stuart Landsberg, shared an address with our graduating students at QPAC on Tuesday 13 December, 2016.

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17 February, 2017
Filed under: Accounting

The future of the accounting profession

Three major changes and implications for teaching and research.

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26 October, 2020
Filed under: Accounting

Gaming the board: Crown Resorts shows you just can't bet on 'independent' directors

Cosy personal relationships among the corporate elite abound. So what makes an independent director actually independent?

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11 September, 2018
Filed under: Environment and energy, Accounting

Can accounting help solve the political problems of energy and climate change?

Drawing on the recent Finkel Review, Dr Annette Quayle explores how accounting offers techniques for reducing political complexity around climate change.

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