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Implementing right

By | November 16, 2018

Ready, Fire, Aim! That pretty much sums up how businesses are expected to respond to new technology, but that doesn’t mean you should completely overlook “the process”. Involve your team, they need to be on board: Implementing a new...

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Can Tesla survive if Musk walks?

By | October 4, 2018

There is no doubt that Elon Musk has a brilliant mind and an amazing ability to bring multiple moving parts together so can Tesla survive if Musk walks? Sam Crugnale examines the ever-evolving story of Elon Musk and Tesla.  In August Musk...

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Content marketing

Embrace content marketing or fall behind your competitors

By | September 21, 2018

Despite its growing popularity, there are still too many businesses who flatly refuse to embrace and invest in content marketing, as John Durrant explains. There was a moment at Altitude Advisory a few week ago during a marketing meeting with...

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Dealing with praise and criticism as a leader

By | September 10, 2018

Altitude Advisory Partner Kristen Buik was fascinated by the thoughts of Glyn Davis at the AFR Higher Education Summit recently. Here’s what she learned. Recently Glyn Davis gave a speech to the AFR Higher Education Summit that resonated...

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Xerocon Diary Day 2: Learning the subtle art of not giving a…

By | September 7, 2018

Jack Thiel and some of the Altitude Advisory team attended Xerocon in Brisbane. Here are his highlights from day two.  Day 2 certainly has a different feel to it. The lights and games are still there, but I certainly got the sense that these...

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Xerocon

Xerocon Diary: Rejuvenating and inspiring

By | September 6, 2018

Jack Thiel files this diary from Xerocon in Brisbane. As a young, technology-minded accountant, Xerocon is pretty much my ‘happy place’. It takes everything that’s great about the technology scene in the US, brings it Down Under and...

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We can learn from our politicians… by not following their short-term plans

By | August 24, 2018

Altitude Advisory Partner Kristen Buik says the short-term fixation shown by our politicians provides business leaders with a clear view of what not to do.   In light of the debacle that is Australian politics this week I have been...

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How to be a financially literate millennial

By | August 23, 2018

Are you a financially literate millennial? Despite headlines forecasting impending doom for millennials who are not saving enough to buy a home and for retirement, recent research has revealed more than a third of Aussies aged 22-37 are saving to...

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Effective leaders

Effective leaders build morale, but too many destroy it

By | August 3, 2018

What makes effective leaders? Google it. There’s about 171 million results, so it’s safe to say it’s a hot topic. Altitude Advisory Marketing Manager John Durrant examines how ego and a disciplinarian approach can ruin a successful...

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