IMNZ Focus on management

May 2016
NZ Business + Management;May2016, Vol. 30 Issue 4, pM19
Trade Publication
The article explores the changing face of business leadership, particularly a shift from a structured hierarchy to a network of teams. Topics covered include the challenges facing leadership today, such as the change in the skills needed for leadership, the need for companies to invest in a comprehensive leadership system that can effectively train all levels of employees, and management training and education opportunities available for New Zealand businesses.


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