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Updated Security of Critical Infrastructure Legislation – Are You Read, Personnel-Wise? By Dr Paul Johnston and Gary Sanderfield

Is your business a part of Australia’s critical infrastructure? In late 2021, the Security Legislation Amendment (Critical Infrastructure) Bill (2021) was passed that sought to amend the 2018 SoCI (Security of Critical Infrastructure) Act. This Act expands the sectors considered as CI from four sectors (electricity, gas, water, and ports) to now also include communications; [...]

2022-07-19T13:34:07+10:00July 19th, 2022|Journal, Publications|0 Comments

Presilience as a Unifying Practice to Change, Thrive and Grow by Dr Gav Schneider and Lisa Young

Whether an organisation is public or private, profit-making or non-profit, government or military, it has a mission to deliver value to stakeholders and customers. The persistent disruptions to our critical infrastructure delivering electricity, water, healthcare, and public safety are intensifying threats to our economic and national security. The ongoing risk and disruption when things go [...]

2022-07-05T16:10:51+10:00July 5th, 2022|Journal, Publications|0 Comments

Using Risk Intelligence to Make a Failure Resilient Organisation in a Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous World by James Jordan

When considering the value of the concept of a Failure Resilient Organisation within the context of an environment that is subject to increasing Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity (VUCA), to understand the importance of the application of Risk intelligence is crucial to success. To do this, we first need to consider what is a Failure [...]

2022-07-05T16:13:04+10:00June 27th, 2022|Journal, Publications|0 Comments

FATCA Enforcement – The Next Big Risk to Australian Business? by Kristine Seymour

Accounts receivable have never been more important than they are right now. Supply chain shortages, a tight labor market, and rising fuel prices all contribute to the soaring costs of business. Companies need to run as efficiently as possible. Governments are no different, with multiple stimulus packages, inflation, and mounting deficits, they rely on tax [...]

2022-07-05T16:18:42+10:00June 21st, 2022|Journal, Publications|0 Comments

Leadership Survivors Drive Organisational Success by Leanne Close

For leaders, these words of Winston Churchill remain as applicable today as they were in 1945. It is estimated that 60% of Australian small businesses fail in their first three years of operation, but the larger the enterprise, the greater their chance for survival (ASBFEO, 2019). Understanding what influences these outcomes will assist managers improve [...]

2022-07-05T16:21:05+10:00May 11th, 2022|Journal, Publications|0 Comments
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