Executive Update

Executive Update eNewsletter

The fortnightly newsletter for thought leaders 12th October 2012

In this issue

China specialist Alan Carroll says China is on the verge of significant changes that will rework the landscape for NZ businesses.

And the heads of Fonterra, Mainfreight and bunch of other organisations share their China tips as NZ hits 40 years of diplomatic relations with the Middle Kingdom four years after we inked our FTA. Read more »

China reaches tipping point

NZ business leaders can expect to see significant changes in China in the next few months that will rework the landscape for how they can do business and the opportunities open to them.

So says long-time China specialist Alan Carroll. Read more »

Brands still under attack

Fonterra research has revealed more than 100 different labels in China illegally sporting the NZ dairy company’s colours, brand or logo, Fonterra CEO Theo Spierings told delegates at the recent China Business Summit in Auckland. Read more »

Talent time bomb to hit NZ/Australia

The future talent map for both New Zealand and Australia looks less than rosy, according to new research by specialist talent measurement company SHL. Read more »

Longer hours, more stress

Almost third of employees surveyed for recent Hudson NZ report say they are working more than 51 hours per week. More than quarter (26.2 percent) of them say they are working longer hours than they were year ago. Read more »

Good at responsible governance

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Business benefits of privacy

Privacy Week (13-17 May) is a great time to consider the importance of privacy and to help ensure you and your company have good privacy practices in place, writes Privacy

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