Category: Our Thinking

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Unleash your Collaboration Capital

“Collaboration Capital” is emotional currency used in business. It’s earned through values alignment and delivering on commitments, and depleted by culture clashes and dropping the ball.

Topic Spotlight: Asking the ‘Why’ in Return-To-Office Mandates

Mandating that people are physically present doesn’t encourage collaboration, promote connection, or foster a positive culture. Start by asking why a mandate is necessary and target the real problem. Then you can build a culture that truly nurtures collaboration and connection, wherever your team is.

Looking Ahead: Precision Medicine in the Australian Healthcare System

Exciting research into precision medicine promises great improvements in the lives and health of Australians, provided these scientific advancements can be successfully implemented into the health system. Read more to learn about precision medicine, the significant benefits to wellbeing it can unlock, and the difficult conversations we need to have while integrating it into our society.

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Transformative Choices for Rethinking Your Organisation

Many people I know in the public purpose sphere are grappling with budget repair measures and their corresponding impact on operating budgets. There are opportunities to be grasped for those brave enough to use this challenge as a springboard for reimagining their organisational design.​

Why We Go Beyond with B Corp

Each year as March (and B Corp month) ends, we reflect on what it means to be a registered B Corp. Of course, it means celebrating the success and commitment of businesses that believe there is more to success than profit alone. Balancing shareholder and stakeholder success is a goal worth celebrating but we have to be honest: it’s hard work.  As a registered B Corp (in the midst of the recertification process), we can tell you that the certification isn’t given lightly. The standards are high. Really high. And there aren’t any short cuts.  We are assessed across five