After the 9/11 terrorist attacks, a tourism company was forced into a painful restructure. The result has been a stronger, more profitable business that staff love working for.
A successful life coach found she had a lot of lessons to learn about working with people when she started her own business.
A Melbourne hat business only restructured when external circumstances made change unavoidable. The results have been great. But, in hindsight, perhaps it should have acted earlier?
A new CEO realised she had a problem when few staff members could say who they reported to - or how their work helped the organisation achieve its strategic goals.
The multi award-winning Tasmanian company Tas-Saff shows why it pays innovators to be persistent - and ready to try anything.
A prominent design company specialises in interiors that reflect the corporate cultures of its clients. And getting a corporate culture right is a subject that the company intimately understands.
The restructure of a rapidly growing corporate consultancy put great strain on its freewheeling culture. And hiring a change consultant did not help matters.
Changing the paternalistic culture at a former state-owned power company required courage, planning - and astonishing honesty.
A rapidly expanding employment services company says maintaining the culture and service that made it big has been its biggest task.
Refurbishing an historic Geelong building helped a firm of local architects achieve national prominence.
A passion for safety and skills training produced valuable networking opportunities for one Victorian fishing business.
The elements of success - good service and management - are simple. Getting them right is the hard part.
Car enthusiast Bill Hemming has paid a lot more than expected to get his Elfin car company running. But the ledger is not all one-sided - there's passion too.
Regional accountant Gary Mitchell realised his practice needed to change when revenues kept increasing, but profits did not.
Brian Harrison's Gold Coast lifestyle has not hurt the growth of his Albury-Wodonga-based steel engineering business. But there are a few tricks to distance management.
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