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Features and extras on future[inc] publications

WATCH: The Future Of Offshoring (Conference) - Future [inc] 2015 Watch a recording of the live debate with Rob Ward FCA, Chartered Accountants ANZ, Scott Nichols from University of Canberra, Andrew Moncur from NAB and Sneza Pelusi from Deloitte Private.


WATCH: Our expert panel share their views on The Future of Offshoring – future[inc] 2015 Globalisation and technology are changing the way we work, with offshoring models driving cost savings, efficiency, flexibility and the way we search the world for best talents and great ideas.


WATCH: The highlights from the future[inc]: Tax Debate… The debate addresses challenges imposed by demographic shifts, societal change and the sharing economy, but views differ as to whether and how our tax policy settings need to meet these challenges.


WATCH: The full recording of the future[inc]: Tax Debate… The future[inc] Tax Debate addresses challenges imposed by demographic shifts, societal change and the sharing economy and how the NZ Tax Policy settings need to meet these challenges.


WATCH: Disruptive Technologies: Risks, Opportunities - can New Zealand make the most of them?A future with robots and sprightly centenarians is one of the most fundamental shifts that is already upon us. Technological change is gathering pace at a speed traditional businesses are scrambling to keep up with. Read the full paper.

WATCH: Will Technology disrupt our existing and future infrastructure? How is technological innovation changing? How will it continue to change the way infrastructure is optimised and utilised? Read the full paper.



WATCH: Are Australia and New Zealand Corrupt? Rethink what you thought you knew about corruption. Read the full paper.



WATCH: Fast Forward: Leading in a Brave New World of Diversity,a report prepared by Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand and Deloitte which identifies the six signature traits of inclusive leaders and how global mega trends are making diversity a business imperative.