Management magazine October 2014 issue highlights

Our cover story this issue features Dr Mary Quin, Chief Executive of Callaghan Innovation, a stand-alone Crown Entity established early last year to ‘accelerate the commercialisation of innovation by firms in New Zealand’. In our story Mary shares insights into what’s holding business owners and leaders back from growing bigger, faster; namely human and financial capital. She also touches on how leadership is perceived as exotic and exciting and highly valued, whereas management, on the other hand, isn’t valued as highly. She’d like to see the professional skills and capabilities of management given a little more credit. It’s an interesting read for all managers and leaders.

We delve into a study on Not For Profits and social media; how the rewards are achieved when there’s buy-in from the top.

And we look at two different relationships managers have in the workplace; firstly with HR and secondly with their Executive Assistants.

Plus lots more – and along with NZBusiness there’s lots of inspiring and informative reading.

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