Read BFM March/April 2018

Whilst this issue isn’t technically a tribute to the great female CEOs and leaders in Australia, it has panned out that many of our profiles in this March/April edition are exceptional female leaders.

Both Vice Chancellor of Curtin University, Professor Deborah Terry AO and Melbourne Polytechnic CEO Frances Coppolillo discuss their similar views on leadership and education.

It’s been a couple of years since we caught up with the founders of ADAD, but the maturity of the company in that time has been substantial. Founders Luke Dean and Wally Muhieddiene explain how the company has seen significant year on year growth.

We also look at issues in HR, law, coaching, family business, small business and technology.

Once again, it is a packed issue, so as we move further into the year and knuckle down for the months ahead, make sure you take some time for some light reading.

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