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MGT-12December 2018

Management December 2018

Sustainability reporting The learning never stops How to lead a shift in company culture Productivity is about changing habits Managing for a better world Remuneration Strategy Life online Corporate style

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FROM THE EDITOR

NOVEMBER ISSUE OUT NOW Perpetual Guardian’s radical experiment to pay its employees for five days, while they work four, has paid off and will become a permanent fixture at the

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The personal nature of leadership

One of John McGill’s favourite ways of explaining the personal nature of leadership is by referring to the Temple of Apollo in Delphi. Inscribed in the forecourt is the phrase, ‘Know thyself’. 

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Management November 2018

New Zealand needs to jump on the blockchain train Are New Zealand directors undervalued? Business needs ethics and whistle-blowers Building personal productivity

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Ageism in the workplace

A recent survey found that most businesses agreed that they should take extra steps to attract and retain older workers, viewing them as an “untapped resource”

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#bullyfree: Why being uncivil is wrong

There is a big difference between working in a robust workplace where people can be upfront with each other, comfortably engaging in constructive conflict and a workplace with a pattern of incivility. Jane McCarroll explains.

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Management October 2018

The Temperature is Rising on Emissions The Style Journey Ageism in the Workplace #BullyFree Managing for a better world Remuneration Strategy Coperate Style

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It’s personal and highly popular

New Zealand’s MBA sector is currently booming, with new courses tailored to the work and lifestyle needs of today’s students. NZBusiness has been reviewing the options.  Far from being the

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Diverse Thinking Governance Summit 2018

The Diverse Thinking Governance Summit 2018 passes on the wisdom and guidance in the Diverse Thinking Capability Audit of New Zealand Boardrooms 2018 © on how to grow Diverse Thinking.  In that report, Mai Chen,

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FROM THE EDITOR

SEPTEMBER ISSUE OUT NOW Is leadership all about context? In Management magazine this month we examine factors that can contribute to a CEOs success or failure and question if transformational leaders are

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The four-day week initiative

The British NZ Business Association (BNZBA), with the support of the University of Auckland Business School, is hosting Perpetual Guardian’s Andrew Barnes who will be speaking on his company’s four-day week initiative.

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Leadership thinking

While a recent survey of New Zealand CEOs identified a “return to territorialism” as the greatest threat to growth for their organisation, it also found they are less confident about their organisations delivering digital transformation. 

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A different type of leadership

Heather Shotter has a strong corporate background including 12 years as part of the leadership team at SkyCity and more latterly as executive director of two not-for-profit organisations.

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Health and safety register launched

New Zealand’s first national, online register of verified workplace health and safety professionals has opened for business. The HASANZ Register of Workplace Health and Safety Professionals (HASANZ Register) www.register.hasanz.org.nz was

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AUGUST ISSUE OUT NOW This issue, quite coincidentally, two of our columnists have written about mindfulness and the role it can play in improving not just our emotional well-being but

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Leveraging new skills

New Zealand’s largest industry training organisation is committed to giving its industry groups the best possible technical and commercial skills to grow their businesses, their industry and New Zealand.

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How to calm down

Nobody really knows what the future of work looks like but recognising the value and respect you have for the people around you will ease your way, writes Jane McCarroll.
She outlines her personal strategies to keep calm.

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Finding a cleaner way

Some of New Zealand’s largest companies are gently moving themselves into the electric vehicle market and there are some innovative projects underway. 

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Management August 2018

Leveraging new skills Understanding the Kaizen Paradox  Finding a cleaner way How to calm down Communication Remuneration Corporate Style Managing for a Better World Life Online IMNZ

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Gig economy under scrutiny

While there are currently no signs of the gig economy being stifled in New Zealand, overseas legal cases and enquiries do raise the question of whether existing laws are fit for purpose in this rapidly-changing employment landscape,
says Gillian Service.

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Management July 2018 – OUT NOW The productivity of New Zealand businesses, or lack of it, has had a bit of attention lately and that looks likely to continue as the

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WorkSafe Insights – Championing Health and Safety with Nicole Rosie

Nicole Rosie, the chief executive at WorkSafe New Zealand, is a woman on a mission. She wants to ensure that New Zealand’s leaders embrace the idea that leading in the health and safety sphere is about genuinely caring for your people, both mind and body, and about operational excellence. It’s also about understanding your key risks and the key controls to manage that risk. 

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Management July 2018

Poised for change An explosion of disruption Is your business ready for the new european privacy regulations? Lifting productivity is the key to business success Soft skills have never been

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FROM THE EDITOR

Management June 2018 – OUT NOW Sometimes, as a non-CEO, I find it daunting to think of the legion of areas that a CEO must deal with. Not only does

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Management June 2018

Unlocking the flexible work option Transparency and trust vital for AI TO SUCCEED Should your C-suite be collaborating more?  Flexible work places are the future of work Corporate Style Remuneration

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FROM THE EDITOR

Management May 2018 – OUT NOW GO, YOU GOOD THING When I first heard about the trial Perpetual Guardian planned to undertake to offer its employees the opportunity to work for

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SO, YOU WANT TO BE A DIRECTOR?

If you are thinking about stepping up to a director role, Adrenalin’s publisher Cathy Parker recently attended the Institute of Directors’ company directors course, and one of her key take-outs

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Health & Safety

As an employer, have you considered your responsibilities to staff when they travel by taxi, not only during the day, but also when working after hours?

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