Management Editorial Team

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Mastering the MBA

​The MBA has long been the pinnacle of academic achievement for business professionals. Today it is increasingly weighted towards experiential learning, leadership development and mind expansion.  Sit down with a

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Leading a team of leaders

As the future of work becomes today’s reality, the way we work continues to evolve and shift, as more people become self-directing and self-selecting in their roles. And this means

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Handing over the reins

Could business succession be on the horizon for your organisation this year?  For many New Zealand business owners, their enterprise is very important to them. The business has been nurtured

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Getting a job

If you want to be wanted, right now and into the future, Jane McCarroll has a few ideas. The other day, right out of the blue, my partner was approached

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A suit of armour

If you don’t ‘fit’ the dress standard of your organisation and don’t want to remedy that, it may be that this isn’t the right place for you to work. By

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FROM THE EDITOR

JULY ISSUE OUT NOW Productivity is a very personal thing and we all like to think we are as productive as we can, and should, be. But there are always

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It’s all about the experience

With the New Zealand International Convention Centre in Auckland and Te Pae Christchurch expected to open in 2020, and Wellington Convention and Exhibition Centre now in the planning, New Zealand

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JUNE ISSUE OUT NOW Very few leaders would be unaware of the need for vigilance around their organisation’s cybersecurity.  But the bigger question leaders probably need to ask is not

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Create a winning reward strategy

Your rewards strategy needs to take into account wh at your employees value, which means considering ‘out-of-the-box’ benefits, writes John McGill. Creating a winning reward strategy is about more than

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Management June 2019

Mobilise citizens to rein in social media giants How do you know you are ok? The bottom line of trust Let’s talk about our feelings Governance Remuneration Managing for a

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Live well, work hard

Fiona Clark shares some useful strategies for hard-working business owners who’re struggling to juggle their business and family responsibilities. Running a business is not a perfect work-life balance scenario, where everything

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MAY ISSUE OUT NOW It is always fascinating to talk to individuals whose work and background means they really do see the big global picture and have a very clear-eyed

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APRIL ISSUE OUT NOW The horrendous events in Christchurch have scarred our country forever and in the days since then the outpourings of grief and love and care have put our

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Management April 2019

How to turn stress into success once you reach the top Why are leaders trusting their gut instinct over analytics? And what to do about it Professional development guide: constant

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NZ HR Award 2019 Winners Announced

The Human Resources Institute of New Zealand (HRINZ), in association with principal sponsor Human Synergistics, have announced the winners and finalists for the NZ HR Awards. The awards recognise excellence in human resources and

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Infrastructure Commission welcomed

BusinessNZ says the establishment of the new Infrastructure Commission will help overcome current infrastructure problems in New Zealand. Chief executive Kirk Hope says, in a media release, there’s a need

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FROM THE EDITOR

MARCH ISSUE OUT NOW No leader knows everything We are all human and we all have our on-days and our off-days, no matter how senior we might be in an organisation.

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Start with the right question

Setting strategy is a key for business governance, especially when the business is facing disruption or potential disruption in today’s VUCA environment, writes Cathy Parker.

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Drawing out the real you

Sometimes an outfit can help you bring your alter ego to the workplace to give you that little bit of extra courage you might need for an important meeting or event. By Jackie O’Fee. 

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You, looking at you

Is the person you are sending out into the world each day, the person you think you are? Jackie O’Fee outlines a simple tool she teaches her clients to use every day.

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FEBRUARY ISSUE OUT NOW As we race into 2019 one thing is sure and that is that the pace of change is unlikely to slow down and leaders are going

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Unconscionable bias

It is key to remember that the diversity discussion is not just around gender balance but looking at other diversities such as ethnicity, disability or sexuality, writes Cathy Parker.

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The Margin Rescue

If there is no choice but to match a competitor’s lower prices, then the “cost to serve” must also be reduced, to maintain acceptable margins, says Paul Allen who sees business lessons to learn from the movie Apollo 13.

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Management February 2019

The Margin Rescue Are you on a collision course with a workplace rival? Dispelling the AI myths Be human. Be kind. Be both. Governance Strategy Managing for a better world

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FROM THE EDITOR

DECEMBER ISSUE OUT NOW In a world of tumultuous change how can a leader prepare for what lies ahead in 2019? In the December issue of Management we look at the global

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What is your personal brand?

If we want to take control of our career moving forward, having a clear vision around the type of brand we want to be known for is crucial, writes Alisa Bartholomew.

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