Auditing: Theory and Practice in New Zealand 7th Edition is a comprehensive audit textbook designed for tertiary study. This well-tested New Zealand text was first published in 1990 and now, still with its two primary authors, continues to provide an introduction to professional audit and assurance services.This 2018 edition is inspired by the ongo.. More
“We need to have an export trade mentality to fund a high standard of living for our citizens. To do this we need to start to grow new enterprises utilising the capabilities of high growth entrepreneurs. This book gives excellent tips and examples of what is required to achieve this worthy goal for our fabulous country.” &.. More
History is written in records and archives. Theatre Archives New Zealand works to ensure the preservation of the archives of dramatic societies and theatres throughout the country, and in doing this protects an important part of our cultural heritage.
If you are involved in a theatrical production in any way, you play an important role in pr.. More
Chief executives and senior managers can make a significant difference to strategic change outcomes when governance and leadership is done right. However, identifying issues when change is being done wrong isn’t easy and these issues can often come as a surprise to managers. Determining where to begin when trying to get change back on track can oft.. More
Don’t Dream It’s Over is the latest multi-author book from Freerange Press. It explores the changing nature of journalism in this country: as it once was, as it is today, and as we might imagine it working in the future. Prominent journalists, academics and commentators candidly share their views and experiences of this rapidly changing industry. T.. More
Despite significant reform over the last 30 years, little real change has resulted to the incidence of sexual violence, conviction rates for sexual offending, or the distressing impact of prosecution experienced by complainants. High penalties for sexual offending, particularly sexual violation, affect decisions by complainants in reporting offe.. More
New Zealand’s public sector has consistently rated well internationally on a variety of measures of comparative government performance. In the 1980s New Zealand achieved a step change in public sector reform when it introduced a distinctive and widely applauded model of public management. Despite attempts at continuing improvement, however.. More
— stories of social innovation and social change
by vivian Hutchinson and the New Zealand Social Entrepreneur Fellowship
HOW COMMUNITIES HEAL tells the stories of a unique group of New Zealand social entrepreneurs, who are bringing insight, entrepreneurship and practical hope to our communities.
This book profiles t.. More
People skills are extremely important in the business world today. To be successful at any level you need to be able to work with a variety of people, communicate with them, and keep them happy. This book provides a simple framework for analysing personality types and will show you the best ways to motivate people of these different types and ke.. More
If you’ve ever been unsure why you’re sitting in a bland stuffy room watching mind-numbing presentations and enduring bad facilitators, you’ve experiencing a Really Bad Workshop.
This book is aimed at people who have been assigned the job of running a workshop. It’s purpose is to help you des.. More
Few companies have captured the hearts and minds of New Zealanders like Trade Me.
Originally built by university drop-out Sam Morgan on a borrowed laptop, Trade Me was to change the face of retailing in New Zealand, destroying newspapers’ classifieds businesses and going on to become part of the vernacular as some 2.5 million Kiwis .. More