Monthly Archives: March 2014

Organisational Change: The importance of communication

Major organisational change can be one of the most difficult challenges a business can face. Preparation is key in making sure staff are aware of the change and hopefully support it. Communication is an important element of an organisational change management strategy and it should outline ways an organisation will listen and engage with their […]

On-Market, on target – Early success from On-Market Bookbuilds

Australia has a long history of innovation in the financial services industry. Integrated electronic equities trading, the CHESS settlement system, and the public float of the stock exchange were all at the leading edge of financial ingenuity, with many of these ideas having been replicated as standard practice overseas. The recent launch of the ASX […]

Are you listening?

When we think of communication, we are immediately drawn to what we say, write and publish. While instinctively we know that this is only half the equation, in practice how much emphasis do we place on the ‘other side of the coin’? To successfully communicate and form positive impressions, organisations must be listening to their […]

Communicate or Capitulate – a rough guide to communication for Junior Explorers

A quick look at the junior resource sector over the last year has seen many share prices under intense pressure, particularly those companies still in pre-production desperately hanging on to their dwindling cash piles. The ASX Small Cap resources Index, ended 2013 down 43% year on year and the Spot gold price declined 27.3% in […]

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