Executive Update





Executive Update eNewsletter




The fortnightly newsletter for thought leaders 16th March 2012

In this issue

This issue of Exec Update is grab-bag of insights on everything from the number of women in New Zealand management (shrinking), to science (how can we improve what we do as nation?), and New Zealand’s green growth (lots of ideas but are we pushing hard enough?). Read more »


Fewer women in NZ management roles

New Zealand once led the world for the number of women in senior management roles in business. Now we’re dropping back in the pack, according to latest research from Grant Thornton. Read more »



McGuiness Institute unleashes science strategy report

The McGuiness Institute, an independent think-tank previously known as the Sustainable Future Institute, has released report outlining strategy map for government-funded science. Read more »


Baby steps from Green Growth Advisory Board?

The Green Growth Advisory Group (GGAG) has made 26 policy recommendations to the Government in its newly-released report “Greening New Zealand’s Growth”.  Read more »


Aussie multinationals face brain drain

Pauline Stanton

A new study shows Australian-born multinationals are investing more in holding onto their key people than foreign-owned firms in an effort to fight the brain drain. Read more »



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