The leadership election

Carlaw, Simon
March 2002
New Zealand Management;Mar2002, Vol. 49 Issue 2, p12
Comments on the selection of political leaders for the 2002 election in New Zealand. Business-related issues associated with political leadership; Characteristics relevant to a political leader; Social issues that pose challenge to political leaders.


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