No man is an island. And no business operates in isolation from external challenges. Business leaders are constantly required to make agreements and transactions that have legal ramifications, often without full comprehension or up-to-date knowledge of their parameters.
From smart robotics to groundbreaking treatments, innovative healthcare technologies are evolving at breakneck speed. Here are five technologies set to revolutionise healthcare by 2020.
With a rapidly growing population – north of 24 million at last count, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics – and concentrated in our major coastal cities, it appears evident many of the country’s future planning and infrastructure challenges will be urban ones.
Which qualities will define leadership in the age of digital disruption? Gone are the days where the ‘top-down’ approach was seen as the most effective way to lead. This is where management determines organisational change and provides the strategy for employees to implement.
With an overwhelming catalogue of project management tools on the market, how can you find the best one for you? Ideally, you should look for features and benefits that will complement the specific needs of your company the most, while weighing up which cons (because every project management software has them) will concern you the least.
Professionals within the IT sector have the rare fortune of not being in the job market for too long. In particular, the industry’s best get snapped up quickly, which is a hurdle for anyone looking for an elite hire.
The modern-day student is a working professional, a parent, a committed partner and enjoys the company of friends and extended family. You would think this leaves very little time to commit to study, right? Any significant doubt is quashed by students who are, time and time again, proving that online postgraduate study is not only achievable, but a completely rewarding experience.
To accelerate your career in law, you must stay true to why you chose this professional area in the first place. Often people embarking on a legal career have done so in pursuit of ‘making a difference’.
Despite the stereotype of the law being a ‘cold and distant’ profession, those aspiring to be lawyers and those working as legal practitioners, know that the law offers an opportunity to help people achieve life goals or find resolution when experiencing a difficult time. This is true for lawyers working for a big business as it is for those practising law in the community sector.
According to a recent government report, nearly one-third of teachers who began teaching in state schools in 2010 didn’t make it to 2015 before quitting. Even more alarmingly, 13 per cent of those who handed in their resignation did so within the first year.
It’s being touted as the next big thing in healthcare. Robots and computers are no strangers to transforming health services; the latest advances in technological development are beginning to shape a new, high-tech reality for those working in the health sector. Machines are expected to redesign the way we provide medical diagnoses and treatments in the future.