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Why leaders shouldn’t blame external factors for non-performance

Managing the challenges associated with running a successful business requires leaders to consider both internal and external factors that could affect the organisation. However,...

What you need to know about credit

It’s no secret that inadequate cash flow is one of the main reasons why businesses fail in Australia. Dynamic Business only recently talked about this...

Failure will help us win

Byline: Petr Adamek, CEO of Canberra Innovation Network In Australia, we love to celebrate success. Whether it’s kicking a goal on the football field or...

SMBs trust gut instincts over professional advice

With gut instincts behind many an entrepreneur's interesting business idea, it's no surprise that they then trust these instincts to lead them in running their businesses.

Face your fear of failure and overcome it

It's inevitable: we're all going to fail at something. Unfortunately, for many people this failure evolves into a fear of trying. Here's how not to let fear get the better of you.

Most important failure to embrace

Maybe you already proudly "fail fast and fail often." There's one type of failure you're probably still avoiding - but shouldn't.

3 brilliant mistakes that built companies

These entrepreneurs went to the brink of failure - and then turned things around. Here's how.

Local business continues its struggle to stand

Business failures around the world are at an all time low, but it seems local businesses aren't enjoying this global trend.

Are you still employable?

Julian Smith asks if you've given thought to whether you'll be employable should your business fail. "The important part to remember is that in the wake of every business failure is owners needing to head back to the workforce they left behind. This surprisingly, isn’t as easy as it seems."

Did you know 80% of businesses don’t fail in the first year?

Rhondalynn Korolak blogs about how many businesses REALLY fail in their first year. "I searched the internet and couldn’t find confirmation of any study that was done to back-up this statistic by a reputable or well-known bureau. What I did in fact find was some evidence to the contrary."

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Unemployment rate drops, defying forecasts

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Qantas disrupts financial services industry with SME business loans

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Employees willing to salary sacrifice for flexible working: Research

Research from payroll and HR software solutions provider, Ascender, shows that more than one in three (37 per cent) of Australians are...

Let’s Talk: The Right Reasons

A strong story behind a business's inception can have a powerful effect on customers. Customers may identify with a founder's back story...