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Human resource leaders as strategic business partners in state-owned enterprises in Laos
Due to increasing international competition, rapid advancement in information technology, as well as gradual social and demographic changes, HR practitioners are required to play a completely new role as a strategic business ...
Procurement outsourcing in large New Zealand organisations
The aim of this research is to identify future plans for outsourcing of procurement in large New Zealand organisations. Outsourcing as a business strategy is growing internationally; organisations are now outsourcing ...
Potential best practice for improving the access to development finance by SMEs in Lao PDR
Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are important to all economies, especially emerging economies like Lao People’s Democratic Republic (PDR) as they account for a majority of private sector businesses and are essential ...
Identifying and managing the impact of stress during organisational restructuring
In today’s world stress has become an ongoing phenomenon within organisations. To enable staff to perform to their utmost potential it is important to manage stress particularly during organisational restructuring. Although ...
Green supply chain management in manufacturing companies in New Zealand: A comparative case study analysis
This thesis examines the factors which a company must consider when implementing Green Supply Chain Management (GSCM) practices. Three companies from the New Zealand “Food and Beverage” (F&B) sector are examined in their ...
Export education: How do international students experience New Zealand’s service to them?
(Institute of Interdisciplinary Business Research, 2010-12)
Export education continues to be an important aspect of the New Zealand education sector. It has an effect both on the income to institutions and on teaching methods/approaches in the classroom. Surveys of international ...
Managerial issues in the global business environment
(Australian & New Zealand Marketing Academy, 2000-12)
It is becoming passé to say business world is going global. Globalisation is wide spread and is an ongoing phenomenon. The key factors driving the globalisation process are Foreign Direct Investment, falling international ...
Exploring the Drivers of Entrepreneurship in Indian Migrants to New Zealand. An enquiry into the personal, labour market and economic factors prompting entrepreneurial behaviours
This study examines the factors prompting Indian immigrants to become entrepreneurs in New Zealand. The study defines an entrepreneur as someone who has a business and employs at least one employee. Using this definition, ...