Time for NDIS critics to show their cards

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There have been comments from the business sector that the rollout of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) should be slowed down. President of People with Disability Australia, Craig Wallace, says if the Business Council of Australia really thinks that Australians with disability and families shouldn't get reasonable and necessary support, it should have the courage and integrity to say so.

Enough pledges. Act!

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The campaign theme for this year’s International Women’s Day is #PledgeForParity. Kate Galloway says instead of more pledges and committees we should just get on with the job of bringing women into the fold.

Remove the fear – 7 ways to step into your spotlight and shine

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Fear can be crippling. It feeds resistance and stops us from challenging the status quo or trying something new. Janine Garner has some tips that could turn this feeling of fear into a tool of business success.

What Steve Jobs can teach us about how to be a disrupter (and not the disrupted)

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Disrupting the status quo in business is hard, so you must believe that you’re on the right track and are doing it for the right reasons. Car Next Door’s CEO Will Davies shares how a big idea gave birth to a disruptive impulse.

Navigating the new norm of disruption

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Digital disruption is becoming less about ‘disrupt or be disrupted’ and more about how to harness the opportunities disruption provides. Ahead of Digital Disruption X 2016, Carsales CIO Ajay Bhatia shares seven key elements organisations should consider in order to take advantage of the potential benefits of digital disruption.

Smartphones app for early detection of autism ASDetect: The inside story

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Autism is a neurodevelopmental condition present in 1-2 % of the population. In an age of growing technology, can we detect early signs for autism for children between the age of 11 and 30 months using a mobile app? And if yes, how accurate is that technology? Dr Nancy Sadka from OTARC at La Trobe University knows more.