Business planning.

Speaker: Westpac's Davidson Institute

Duration: 24.32 minutes

Whether you’re a start-up or a seasoned professional, developing a business plan can boost your confidence and make a significant difference in achieving your business goals. Having a business plan is like having a roadmap. It helps to clearly identify a pathway to success for your business, as well as pointing out opportunities to explore, roadblocks to overcome and helps get you back on track when circumstances change.

This 20 minute video will showcase the difference that a business plan could make for your business, and then will guide you on developing and maintaining your plan. With the right tools at your disposal, you could gain a real and tangible competitive advantage.

We’ll help you learn how to:

  • identify your personal vision for your business
  • develop a set of tactics to realise that vision
  • implement a review process to maintain your business plans’ relevancy

This webinar is ideal for anyone who:

  • has recently started their own business, or is looking to start one in the future
  • is an existing business owner or manager who has never developed a business plan before
  • is an existing business owner or manager who wants to refresh an existing business plan
  • is an individual who is looking to develop business planning skills

Risk Management Part 2: Conflicts of interest.

Manny Bell and Clark Donovan Dentons

Understanding and recognising a conflict of interest are important steps towards managing the integrity and sustainability of an organisation. If you get it wrong, you could be liable for civil and/or criminal penalties. This 16-minute video looks at what a conflict of interest is and practical steps an individual can take to avoid conflicts of interest within an organisation. This video is the second of a 2 part series on risk management and focuses on conflicts of interest.

Experts Angle: Working in the gig-economy: benefits and traps.

Emmanuel Josserand and Sarah Kaine Centre for Business and Social Innovation University of Technology Sydney (UTS) Business School

If you are considering being your own boss and working in the gig-economy, also known as platform enabled work, then insights from Professor Emmanuel Josserand and Associate Professor Sarah Kaine from University of Technology Sydney (UTS) Business School may be useful. Join us as they explore the opportunities and risks associated with this new way of working in this recorded webinar.

Risk Management Part 1: Director's Duties.

Teeyanna Tapim-Savage and Renee Emzin Dispute Resolution, Sydney Dentons

Knowing your duties as a director are essential in running any organisation. If you get it wrong, you could be liable for civil and / or criminal penalties. This 20 minute video looks at Directors' Duties under the Corporations Act (ASIC), the Corporations (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) Act 2006 (CATSI Act) and duties under the Australian Charities and not-For Profits Commission (ACNC).