CONTENTS : SEPTEMBER 2006, VOL 53, NO 8

Cover Story
GETTING IT – 3 tech-savvy CEOs; 3 business-savvy CIOs
They’re worlds apart but share the same goals. The CEO/CIO teams of ASB, Pumpkin Patch and LINZ talk about how they get the best bang from their information technology buck.
BY MARK EVANS

Work-Life Balance
BALANCING THE WORKDAY DIET: WHY IT’S RECIPE FOR SUCCESS
There’s been lot of talk about the importance of building flexibility into workplace structures – but how best to do it? The EEO award winners present their recipes for success.
BY VICKI JAYNE

The Management Interview
ROB FYFE: BLUE SKY THINKING BEHIND THE CLOUDS
Air New Zealand’s ads say being there is everything. CEO Rob Fyfe makes it personal, fronting up with painful news as he steers the airline in bold new direction.
BY RUTH LE PLA

Change Management
ANNE DEERING: ACTION GUIDELINES FOR ORGANISATIONAL CHANGE
Anne Deering is the London-based vice president of the international consulting group of AT Kearney. Here she sets out important action guidelines for organisations facing the challenges of orchestrating and implementing change.
BY JAMES NELSON

Organisational Performance
THINK LIKE EEYORE: KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT WITH BITE
New insights on knowledge management can come from unexpected quarters. Carl Davidson and Philip Voss explain their thinking about thinking and how businesses can benefit from taking different tack.

PLUS
• Editor’s Letter The Shape of Things to Come
• Upfront News, trends, people

Opinion
• Politics More Green in the Blue
COLIN JAMES
• Economics The Politics of Numbers
BOB EDLIN
• Corporate Governance Hazard Warning: Tougher times ahead for directors
ANDREW JOHNSON
• Have You Considered? New Blood & Commonsense
KEVIN GAUNT

Advice
• Tech Nous Fish, Chips & Computers
GLENN BAKER
• In Committee Deja Vu
JULIE COLLIER
• Bookcase
CARL DAVIDSON, ANDREA STRINGFIELD, RUTH LE PLA
• NZIM The 2020 Manager – Success is all about people
DAVID CHAPMAN



MANAGEMENT WOMAN, Vol 3, No 2

Cover Story
ANNETTE PRESLEY – FROM THE DRAGON’S DEN
Her mantra is “feel the fear and do it” and her heroes are the ballsy entrepreneurs who live their own brands. MW talks to Slingshot founder Annette Presley.

Women’s Work
WANT TO BEAT BURNOUT? GET THEE TO MONASTERY
In the prevention-better-than-cure tradition, Hamilton-based charitable trust is pioneering new service its CEO Julie Nelson reckons more working women need – Monastery.

Plus
• MW Tidbits
• MW Health From full on to full stop

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