Executive Update





Executive Update eNewsletter




The fortnightly newsletter for thought leaders 18th March 2011

In this issue

New Zealand is above the global average for females in senior management positions and ahead of Australia… but we’re falling further behind our transTasman neighbours in director remuneration… and no Kiwi companies appear on the latest list of the world’s most ethical businesses…
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Increase in female senior managers in NZ

While globally the proportion of women who hold senior management positions has dropped from 24% to 20% in the last two years, in New Zealand it has risen from 27% to 32%, according to research from Grant Thornton International.
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Directors’ pay gap widens with Australia

The pay gap between New Zealand directors’ fees and those paid to boards of Australian businesses with similar revenue has blown out from 50%-100% to 250%-400% over the past three years, says corporate remuneration specialist Moyle Consulting.
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The world’s most ethical businesses

Despite New Zealand’s reputation as being one of the least corrupt and most ethical places in the world in which to do business, none of our home-grown business organisations appear on the latest list of the world’s most ethical companies.
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Seven steps to better brainstorming

Most attempts at “brainstorming” are doomed. To generate better ideas – and boost the odds that your organisation will act on them – start by asking better questions.
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Special KEA issue of NZ Management magazine

As part of NZ Management’s magazine’s collaboration with KEA, the April issue will showcase the KEA World Class New Zealand Award Winners 2011 and will be sent electronically as an e-magazine to KEA’s global network – connecting with more than 25,000 talented Kiwis and ‘friends of New Zealand’ around the world. The ‘e-mag’ will introduce some interesting interactive options for advertisers.
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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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