CONTENTS : NOVEMBER 2006, VOL 4, NO 3

COVER STORY Protection, Palliative or Placebo
Can good governance save bad companies or is it just feel-good fad that New Zealand has borrowed from overseas? Graeme Hunt reports.

GOVERNANCE & MANAGEMENT Bank on It – Kiwibank’s Jim Bolger & Sam Knowles
A healthy respect for each other’s perspective underpins the successful working relationship of Kiwibank’s chair and CEO, writes Simon Hendery.

NOT FOR PROFIT A Matter of Faith – Passion in the boardroom
Not-for-profits must combine the commercial nous of Fisher & Paykel with the good intentions of Mother Teresa. The local chairs of World Vision and Habitat for Humanity explain how good governance can protect good works. By Ruth Le Pla.

• EDITOR’S LETTER Steering Towards Value
• TABLED Board-Management Relationships
• TABLED Same but Different
• TABLED Help or Hindrance?
• BOOKSHELF Gatekeepers: The Professions and Corporate Governance
• BOOKSHELF Corporate Governance: Lessons from Transition Economy Reforms

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