Management November 2015

COVER STORY
A new generation of cyber risks: Is New zealand ready for what’s coming?

The need for New Zealand Inc. to gear up to prepare itself for a new generation of cyber-crime has been described as profound, yet the mysterious world of cybersecurity may also offer an opportunity for New Zealand if the current shortage of cybersecurity specialists can be remedied. By Annie Gray.  

PLUS:
Building a highly engaged workforce

Next time you drive over the Harbour Bridge, spare a thought for the team that is keeping the traffic flowing and keeping you safe. They are a very happy
and engaged group of workers. Iain McCormick explains why.

Repositioning for relevance
No organisation, product or service can permanently rest on its laurels and the need to innovate or refresh must a constant for us all – no matter who we are or what we do,
says Fiona Hewitt.

Six key learnings from Air NZ on sustainability
Air New Zealand recently unveiled its industry leading sustainability framework. Rachel Brown outlines the six key learnings she took from the initiative.

Building a better understanding
Business New Zealand’s chief executive, Phil O’Reilly is stepping down and launching a public policy advisory firm to help leaders to connect with, and understand, the process of developing public policy. By Reg Birchfield.

Reputation
The next business battleground. By Lee White.

Success
Where should NZ CEOs look beyond the bottom line? By Bruce Hassall.

Mentoring
Japan v South Africa: Building a high-performing team. By Jasbindar Singh.

Remuneration
The performance review is dead – long live the performance conversation. By Christine Whelan.

Innovation
More to digitalisation than meets the eye. By Suvi Nenonen and Kaj Storbacka.

Managing for a better world
It depends how you frame it. By Kate Kearins.

Social Media
The Social Leader: What business leaders are doing on social media. By Fiona Powell.