CONSCIOUS CAPITALISM: Is it time corporate New Zealand stood up?
In many countries people are losing faith in political and business leaders and governments are losing their legitimacy, which is creating a dangerous power vacuum. Is it time New Zealand’s corporate sector fully embraced sustainable “conscious capitalism”?
Life after BEING a CEO
What induces a leading New Zealand CEO in the prime of his career to change tack and begin dividing his time between business activities, the not-for-profit sector and personal study and development? Management met the former CEO of The Warehouse, Mark Powell.
How to change your career and your life
Kaye Bentley’s career has spanned project management roles with big city law firms, to study and teaching abroad. Then, seven years ago, after raising a family, she embarked on a new career in humanitarian aid, using her professional skills to support the delivery of emergency medical care with the international aid organisation Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), also known as Doctors Without Borders.
Rebooting the regions: Where to now?
Massey University’s new book Rebooting the Regions looks into why low, or zero, growth needn’t mean the end of prosperity in the regions. Here is editor Paul Spoonley’s afterword.
The new internet: Megatrends shaping the mobile ecosystem
A new report on global mobile trends found a major shift in mobile to Asia, particularly India, and highlighted the transition to a smartphone-powered ‘mobile-first’ internet.
Kindness is cool
What happens when we put kindness at the centre of our leadership?
Industry insight: Why the night-time economy is important
Hospitality NZ’s CEO, Vicki Lee, lays out the case for why a late-night economy is important to tourism and to our cities.
Creating conditions for success.
Managing for a better world
Present but not really there.
Is pay transparency good for business?
What do you mean by platform?