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  • Unintended learning - Alpine Sawmilling

    Elkin, Graham Jackson, Brad Inkson, Kerr (2004-01-01)

    Alpine Sawmilling is a major processor of timber from the forests of the central North Island of New Zealand, but it had a poor health and safety record. Incentives were put in place to improve the situation. Includes questions ...

  • Being promoted

    Elkin, Graham Jackson, Brad Inkson, Kerr (2004-01-01)

    When the General Manager of the family owned Christchurch company Rutherford Information Solutions retired, the accountant was promoted to take his place. The job was demanding and she was enthusiastic but not prepared for the toll the job took. ...

  • Opportunities and challenges of the co-operative model.

    Ferrier, Andrew (2004-01-01)

    Traces the evolution of the cooperative model in the dairy industry in New Zealand. Focus of early dairy companies on export trade; Management challenges and opportunities that govern the cooperative model of the industry; Contribution of cooperatives to the national ...

  • A Tip-top 'top team'

    Elkin, Graham Jackson, Brad Inkson, Kerr (2004-01-01)

    The aim of the new CEO of the Crown Research Institute NIWA (National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research)was to develop within the organisation, an appreciation of commercial realities without losing the sense of public good science. It was ...

  • Stephen Tindall - the 'man in red'

    Elkin, Graham Jackson, Brad Inkson, Kerr (2004-01-01)

    The CEO of the Warehouse, Stephen Tindal's philosophy of leadership involves 'setting an example that will get people to feel that they believe in it enough that they want to actually follow the example'. includes questions for discussion