Spare Capacity is when you are paying (or have paid ) for something that is underutilised. It is not generating the value or income that it should be. This video will help you begin to recognise costly spare capacity that may be “hiding in plain sight”.
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The Global Nomadic Accountant sets his own rules. He knows that accounting is fundamentally easy – “just get every transaction right everyday”. So the in-demand professional of the future will be the one who understands the global context of everything – the business, the strategy, the transaction. Look inside his life ……….
CEDA released their major report for 2015 : Australia’s Future Workforce. They predict 5 Million Aussie jobs to go in the next 10 to 15 years. We will replace some but can we replace 5 Million ? This report was released nationally with a series of significant events. I was one of 3 speakers at […]
I love books that challenge my thinking or open my mind to new ideas. In 2013 I read widely (as usual) but my key themes were : Aboriginal Australia , ancient wisdom & vernacular architecture, how cities work (or not), Public Transport, Sustainability & Regeneration and Economics : Past, Present & Future.Here’s a summary of […]
Why couldn’t Adelaide have the cleverest, most vibrant public transport system for a town of it’s size on the planet ? No Reason at all. But we have to want it first. Here’s my view on why we should want it and how we could go about it.
If you are interested in urban cycling then you’ve probably heard, visited or read about Amsterdam, Berlin, Copenhagen and Portland. But what about other cities of the world with great urban cycling histories and cultures – here are the stories of some stand-outs.