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Is Australia about to have its first Cyber Monday? The Australian retail industry has been reinventing itself to incorporate digital channels. Up until now, as a nation we’ve preferred traditional brick and mortar stores to do our shopping. But online retail is steadily gaining pace in the Australian market. So

Digital delivers a fourth wave of transformation to manufacturing says McKinsey & Company In the manufacturing sector they call it Industry 4.0. According to McKinsey & Company, it is a gathering force that needs to be monitored closely and will likely drive changes in company strategy. Indeed the message is

When it comes to global engagement, Facebook still rules Most people forget that Facebook was once a challenger brand, and that social networking was dominated by a company called MySpace. That dominance lasted right up until the moment Rupert Murdoch paid $US580 million for it. Then the combination of Mark

When it comes to global engagement, Facebook still rules Most people forget that Facebook was once a challenger brand, and that social networking was dominated by a company called MySpace. That dominance lasted right up until the moment Rupert Murdoch paid $US580 million for it. Then the combination of Mark

The changing nature of the skills we need to be successful Five years ago, having “Social Media” in your title was avant-garde. This didn’t last long. As businesses struggled to build capability in this unfamiliar technology, the number of advertised Social Media jobs grew exponentially until, in 2012, the market

If you are embarking upon a truly transformative digital project, you might need to ditch the idea of a formal business case altogether. Meanwhile, tactical investments in emerging technology might be better considered as venture capital investments than traditional OpEx or CapEx projects. But tell your CFO to relax —

When it comes to global engagement, Facebook still rules Most people forget that Facebook was once a challenger brand, and that social networking was dominated by a company called MySpace. That dominance lasted right up until the moment Rupert Murdoch paid $US580 million for it. Then the combination of Mark

China, with a middle class the size of the entire U.S. population, has often been portrayed as the Promised Land for foreign retailers. But even a cursory look at the track records of some well-known brands shows how the country’s complex environment can be a mixed bag. In the last

Using digital to draw customers back into the physical realm “Does it always have to be digital?” That’s a question that comes up a lot in marketing, according to Michaela Brockstedt, President of Brandsavvy.buzz and a former VP of Marketing at Westfield in the US — where she lead the

Disruption in professional services markets delivers an incentive to automate The disruption of professional services markets — caused in part by the emergence of digital technologies — is encouraging cloud-based business app providers like NetSuite to accelerate the automation of business processes in the world of suits. According to NetSuite