Symptoms of success

What really drives success? Countless people’s works have tried to pin it down and our performance-driven society’s obsession with KPIs suggests we desperately want to pursue it in a systematic …

Fending off the march of the passive

2017 is a difficult year to be an active fund manager. Passively managed products have well and truly taken off. Exchange traded funds (ETFs) have grown to amass US$4tn in …

Industry funds need to think of platforms… not products!

There is a shift at work in Australia’s industry funds, a shift from the onboarding of new members and being the lowest cost provider, to member retention and member engagement. …

Australia’s imaginary aged care price ceiling

The future of Australia’s aged care landscape includes high-rolling, premium aged care accommodation, obviously with a hefty price tag. Entering the new aged care market in the next 10 to …

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The 5 key barriers to integrating advanced marketing analytics

Implementing and integrating advanced marketing analytics is one of the toughest decisions facing many businesses over the past few years. The first movers are well and truly gone; marketing analytics …

What do super funds and football teams have in common?

Football finals are upon us. Regardless of the code, many of us are sure to be waiting in anticipation of who will triumph and who will rue their failure over …

Avoiding common research traps

Kristen Turnbull, Director CoreData WA talks on Business Women Australia’s Podcast series about how to make sure you get effective outcomes from your research. Listen to the podcast below. http://www.coredata.com.au/blog/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/how-to-avoide-the-common-research-traps.mp3

The Dangers of Extrapolation and Automation

With the rise of artificial intelligence and machine learning the one word that comes to mind is “automation”. Especially in marketing, algorithms such as next best offer, customer churn and …

Young Social Changemakers – a report on young Australians in social enterprise

Excerpt Young Social Changemakers Report CoreData’s Young Social Changemakers Report 2017 reveals the opportunities and challenges faced by Australia’s young social entrepreneurs (under 30 years old) and the benefits these …

The Future of Aged Care in Australia – White Paper

Excerpt Australia’s Aged Care market is undergoing rapid, broad scale change. Dementia incidence in Australia is expected to increase by 90% and affect more than 760,000 people over the next …