Contents: June 2011

We’re playing Aussie rules
Australia rules when it comes to banking New Zealand business. And since the global financial crisis (GFC), the relationship between their banks and our businesses has changed. Reg Birchfield asked business and banking leaders for their interpretation of what the new rules of the game mean and for some predictions on what the future score might be.

4INBOX: News and views
11 AS I SEE IT: Sue Watson
12 FOCUS: Grafton Mews, Ronald McDonald House opening
14 MANAGING SUSTAINABLY: The new agenda for business Graeme Norton
16 NZIM: Mindset & match – play global Reg Birchfield

18 POLITICS: Indigenous rights are serious business Colin James
19 ECONOMICS: The good, the bad and the ugly Bob Edlin
20 LEADERSHIP: All pay and no promise Reg Birchfield
21 THOUGHT LEADER: Content is king Scott Bartlett
22 BOOKCASE: Leaders & misleaders; The power of framing
Reg Birchfield

46 EXEC HEALTH: Investing in health Peter Tynan
50 TOP TIPS: The holy grail Sonya Crosby

Face to Face: Mushroom magic
Meadow Mushroom’s Philip Burdon on management, politics and best practice. By Reg Birchfield.

Responsible Governance Series: Air NZ’s flight planResponsible governance is not stated strategic priority at Air New Zealand, but weaving it into the company’s organisational culture is. Reg Birchfield reports on how the airline’s “do it because it is right” approach pays off.

Generator: Powering new business model
NZ Management talks to Ryan Wilson, the brains behind Generator, new business club/serviced office model in Auckland’s thriving new business and social hub, the Britomart precinct.

Private schools: The cost of choice
Despite lack of sustained government funding and the impact of the recession, the private school sector is still robust and an attractive choice for parents looking for wide range of educational options. By Steve Best.

NZIM’s Focus On Management
New findings from Leadership Management Australasia’s latest Leadership, Employment and Direction Survey; Member comment from Greg Cain; Regional news; Upcoming management courses.

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