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Series: Economics & Business


Accounting for the GST in Small Business: Case Studies of Accounting Issues

Accounting for the GST in Small Business: Case Studies of Accounting Issues

This programme focuses on the impact of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) on recording financial information and how the use of information technology has helped business owners in complying with tax laws.
An Introduction to Investing in the Share Market

An Introduction to Investing in the Share Market

The Australian Share market is dynamic. Every trading day thousands of shares are bought and sold on the Australian Stock Exchange. This programme takes you back to the basics of the share market and answers questions such as why investors buy...Show More
Australian International Business: Case Study

Australian International Business: Case Study

We are often alarmed to see how many Australian businesses are being bought out by foreign companies, but there are Australian businesses that are successfully competing in international markets. This programme provides a study of one such...Show More
Balance Sheets

Balance Sheets

This short yet comprehensive video introduces the balance sheet as a snapshot measure of what a business owns and owes. With visual examples of a working balance sheet and discussion of its importance and applications courtesy of industry...Show More
Balance Sheets: Assets and Liabilities

Balance Sheets: Assets and Liabilities

Presenting clear and consise definitions of a balance sheet's key components by industry experts, this short video will aid students in senior secondary and TAFE Accounting and Business courses to understand the difference between current and...Show More
Balancing the Books

Balancing the Books

Balancing the books is an essential part of business. Accounting methods help businesses collect, record and analyse financial data. Follow trainee accountant Calvin Clegg, a contestant on the quiz show "Who Wants to Make a Million" as he is...Show More
Boost Juice: A Franchise Case Study

Boost Juice: A Franchise Case Study

This programme provides students with a vibrant example of a successful franchise model. The founder and controlling shareholder of Boost Juice explains how Boost Juice operates and what its priorities are.
Borrowing Money

Borrowing Money

This programme teaches students about the pros and cons of borrowing money, different borrowing options, and factors to consider when borrowing. Students will learn about loans and credit cards, interest rates, and credit ratings. The programme...Show More
Business Strategy

Business Strategy

Failing to plan in business equates to planning to fail. Any business, regardless of size, structure or sector, must have a strong business strategy. Whether an enterprise is in the establishment phase or has been operating for decades, a...Show More
Carroll's CSR Pyramid

Carroll's CSR Pyramid

Carroll’s Corporate Social Responsibility Pyramid has long been used as the framework through which to think about a business’ economic, social and environmental responsibilities. In this comprehensive video, students will be guided through...Show More
Case Studies in Corporate Culture

Case Studies in Corporate Culture

Led by three prominent businesses in Australia, Bendigo Bank, Oakley and Salesforce, this programme not only discusses how cultures can differ, but also demonstrates how each different style remains fundamentally important to each business.
Cash Flow

Cash Flow

Cash flow is integral to any business and ensuring that more cash flows in than flows out is the fundamental rule of successful operations. An ideal resource for senior secondary and TAFE students of Accounting and Business, this video explores...Show More
Cash Flow: Problems and Management

Cash Flow: Problems and Management

Without positive cash flow, businesses can find themselves in a dire financial situation: a cash flow crisis. This video looks at the cash flow forecast as a way for a business to predict its expenses and revenue and put effective measures in...Show More
Change Management in Large Organisations: Smoking Laws - A Case Study

Change Management in Large Organisations: Smoking Laws - A Case Study

Large organisations only survive in today’s highly competitive environment if they have the ability to effectively deal with change. External changes such as changes to the smoking laws in several states have forced change upon hotels and other...Show More
Conflict Management

Conflict Management

Set in the production office of fictional current affairs programme "Sighted," this 26 minute programme provides a dramatic perspective on the place of conflict in workplace communications and explores strategies for dealing with everyday...Show More
Consumer Choice and Protection

Consumer Choice and Protection

We can all relate to the delight when finding a special item for sale or hunting down a bargain. Shopping fulfils a host of primal urges, from the necessity to feed and clothe ourselves to the need for social approval and love. It's no wonder...Show More

Copyright in Small and Medium Sized Enterprises

This video explores the use of public domain and licensed copyright materials as inputs to commercial innovation. Interviews with successful UK media firms reveal how the availability of certain expressions, such as open source software and out...Show More
Critical Issues in Business: Success and Failure

Critical Issues in Business: Success and Failure

What are the critical issues which decide the success or failure of a business? An ideal resource for senior secondary viewers, this programme reveals the inner-workings of organisations and the factors which influence their operations....Show More
CSR and Stakeholders

CSR and Stakeholders

With Marks & Spencer providing an invaluable case study of how corporate social responsibility is applied in a real, multi-national context, this video explores the sometimes complex relationship between stakeholders and CSR. Students will gain...Show More
CSR and the Triple Bottom Line

CSR and the Triple Bottom Line

Coined in the early 1990s, the term ‘triple bottom line’ is often used in dialogue around corporate social responsibility to define the three interrelated areas by which modern companies should measure their success: people, planet and...Show More
CSR in Action: Benefits and Limitations

CSR in Action: Benefits and Limitations

Corporate social responsibility has the potential to create lasting positive changes in the communities with which a business interacts, increase an organisation’s trustworthiness and the fulfilment of their employees. However, CSR comes at a...Show More
Day to Day Business in a Cafe

Day to Day Business in a Cafe

There are many roles to play in operating a small business successfully. This case study presents an overview of what is involved in running a cafe such as: a typical day, customers, products, staff, legalities and regulations, operations and...Show More
Developing a Business Plan

Developing a Business Plan

Using a case study of a newly established restaurant, this programme investigates: · What a business plan is, and why it is important. · Different types of business plans. · The key elements of a business plan – vision and mission...Show More
Don't Hesitate, Communicate

Don't Hesitate, Communicate

Employees in an office often come from different walks of life and different cultures. Their personalities are unique, their expectations diverse. But how can we ensure communication in the office is as effective as possible? This programme...Show More
Effective Budgeting for Business

Effective Budgeting for Business

What does the future hold? Business owners and managers may not be able to answer this question, but they are able to use budgeting to look for clues about the future. This programme explores the extent to which a number of businesses prepare...Show More