Executive Update





Executive Update eNewsletter




The fortnightly newsletter for thought leaders 9th November 2012

In this issue

Judges reveal finalists for this year’s Deloitte/Management magazine Top 200 Awards… McKinsey sets out global gender agenda… Randstad NZ research reveals NZ’s biggest people challenges… Kiwi workers markedly older… Read more »


Judges reveal finalists for this year’s Top 200 Awards

After much rigorous debate across several lock-down sessions at Deloitte’s Auckland offices, the judges have picked the winners of this year’s Deloitte/Management magazine Top 200 Awards. All will be revealed on November 29. Meanwhile, in suitably alpha order, here are the finalists.  Read more »



McKinsey sets out global gender agenda

Business leaders committed to gaining more women at senior management levels should focus on four priorities, according to new report in the November issue of McKinsey Quarterly.

In their article “The global gender agenda”, McKinsey’s Joanna Barsh, Sandrine Devillard and Jin Wang point out that women continue to be underrepresented at senior management levels in Asia, Europe and North America. Read more »


Worried about workers

Boosting performance and productivity remains NZ’s biggest people challenge, according to new research by Randstad NZ.

The company’s 2012/13 World of Work Report reveals just over quarter of employers surveyed believe this will be their biggest human capital issue over the next 12 months.

Read more »


Kiwi workers markedly older

New research by Kelly Services highlights key differences in our local workforce and that of our regional economic partners and competitors.

Fewer Kiwis are in full time employment and more are reaching retirement age – particularly compared to other economies in the Asia Pacific – according to global study by Kelly. Read more »



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