• The adaptation of intentional immigrant entrepreneurs : a case study 

      Cruickshank, Prue; Dupuis, Ann (Centre for Strategic and International Entrepreneurship (Krakow, Poland), 2015-09-15)
      Objective: This paper describes the experiences of a group of intentional immigrant entrepreneurs (IIEs) who have successfully set up a business within three years of arrival in a new country. It shows how various forms ...
    • Communicating social change : politics and immigrants 

      Cruickshank, Prue (Unitec ePress, 2014-12-22)
      Immigration is a complex, dynamic global phenomenon which impacts irrevocably on both immigrants and the receiving society. Immigration policies, reflecting governments’ political and economic intentions, significantly ...
    • E is for ethics, evaluation & emotional intelligence 

      Cruickshank, Prue; McLarin, Allan (2000-07)
      Daniel Goleman believed the superior performance of star performers at Bell Labs was, amongst other things, due to their ability to co-ordinate teamwork, build consensus, see things from the perspective of others, and be ...
    • Entrepreneurial pathways into New Zealand Diploma in Business 

      Malcolm, Pam; Cruickshank, Prue (1999)
      The purpose of this paper is to report on the effectiveness of two different pathways into the New Zealand Diploma in Business (NZDipBus) that have been offered at UNITEC for a number of years. This longitudinal study ...
    • Exploring communication, space and identity through habitus 

      Cruickshank, Prue (2015-07)
      Overview of presentation *Explore who & how we engage in communication, space and identity *Habitus – what is it and its influence on communication *Multiple dimensions of symbolic capital *Spaces for structural ...
    • Intentional immigrant entrepreneurs 

      Cruickshank, Prue (Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship, 2010-01-01)
    • Interaction on the edge 

      Cruickshank, Prue; McLarin, Allan; Brown, Hadley (1999-12)
      This paper examines the richness of an applied communication group project which incorporates writing skills, interpersonal skills, team dynamics, problem solving, decision making, time and stress management, interviewing ...
    • Why students choose to study the New Zealand Diploma in Business 

      Cruickshank, Prue (1999)
      This paper explores the results of a survey which asks a range of newly enrolled NZDipBus students at UNITEC why they elected to study the New Zealand Diploma in Business in 1999. This paper compares the reasons of full ...