Management June 2015

Management June 2015

LEAD STORY
How to capture the imagination of a nation

Therese Walsh was chief operating officer for the Rugby World Cup 2011. Her leadership role in that incredibly successful event was recognised when she won the inaugural New Zealand Woman of Influence Award 2013. Walsh has since been the driving force behind New Zealand’s hugely successful hosting of the Cricket World Cup. So how does she do it.

PLUS:
The crucial importance of business models
Business modelling is far from dead, say Jeff Jackson and Tony Street. 
The learning investment 
The improving economy is bringing with it a new emphasis on learning and, for many companies, a whole new approach to the way they’re doing it. 
THE IMPOSTeR life-trap
If you feel like you are an imposter, despite your successes in life, you are not alone, says Iain McCormack.
Supporting a brave culture
We need to encourage acts of bravery so that if change is initiated and success isn’t achieved straightway – it isn’t a failure, says Fiona Hewitt.
The rise of the flex economy 
It’s high time leaders rethink how they plan, resource and deliver projects, says Jon Rice.
Do something good
EcoMatters Environmental Trust is building healthy environments with local communities.

Special feature:
Innovation

Breaking free. 
Leadership
Getting what you deserve. 
Success
Gen Y and Success. 
Remuneration
Pay trends. 
Sustainability 
Time to reflect. 
Mentoring
How to influence with integrity. 
Development
Words with meaning. 
Social Media  
# Hashtags rule. 
Books and blogs