Why ‘speaking up’ is good for business
Promoting an open culture where employees feel able to speak up without fear of retaliation is paramount to successful business.
Where private ends and public begins
Privacy violations are as old as civilisation. But as technology evolves, we can only protect what we can define.
Sky TV calls the internet police
Victoria University’s Graeme Austin considers what a win for Sky TV in its war on piracy might mean for New Zealand’s copyright law.
To all te reo Māori haters out there ...
The University of Auckland’s Stephen May asks the monolingual English speakers in New Zealand who the real ‘provincial’ language speakers are.
How we talk, laugh and lead at work
Kiwis taking part in a Victoria University study are shocked to learn how they interact with their colleagues.
AI: If you can’t beat it, join it
Darl Kolb argues that instead of resisting AI, we should should be looking at how we can work more closely with machines in the future.
One good way to improve mental health
Bringing back the Mental Health Commission would go a long way to fixing a currently overworked and under-resourced system, writes Dr Hilary Lapsley.
A small bank doing things differently
Financial institutions are key to getting companies to give social and environmental impact the same weight as profit, says Professor Dirk Schoenmaker.