CONTENTS : June 2008, Vol 6 No 3


COVER STORY : BOARDS WITHOUT BROADS – THE DEARTH OF DIVERSITY IN NEW ZEALAND
Why does New Zealand corporate decision-making largely take place in what could be described as the “men’s room”? The latest census of women’s participation reveals that 60 percent of our listed companies completely lack any feminine touch in the boardroom. Is this lack of diversity damaging? Can the balance be redressed? by Vicki Jayne

Profile: JUDITH STANWAY – PUBLIC & PRIVATE: BRIDGING THE GAP
Public and private sector organisations require different management and governance. It is possible to do both successfully but there are challenges. by Alice Taylor

Case Study : BIOTECH: TESTING TIME FOR GOVERNANCE?
Mark Peart takes look at the do’s and don’ts of governing high-growth biotech companies.

Plus
EDITOR’S LETTER Just one basket
TABLED Financial literacy: Who cares?
TABLED Structure that’s fit for the purpose
TABLED Mixing family and business
TABLED Reviewing directors’ fees

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