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Cultures – architecture, food, People history and heritage Position Macau as part of Asia multi-destination Relatively new destination for MICE market Advertising TRADE - Print Travel Bulletin - Monthly Travel Weekly – Special Macau feature TRADE - Online Travel Today Travel Daily CONSUMER Luxury Travel Magazine Vacations and Travel Holidays for Couples Cruise Passenger – 16 page Macau supplement NEW ZEALAND/associated with part sponsorship of this event for the past 8 years. In return for MGTO supplying 2 /

Chapter 4 The Deep Structure of Culture: Roots of Reality By Weiwei Li.

;  A lower score is associated with cultures that promote individualism. Ranking of forty countries or regions on individualism and collectivism  1 USA 2 Australia  3 Great Britain  4 Canada  5 Netherlands  6 New Zealand  7 Italy  8 Belgium  9/  People subject to nature  People in harmony with nature  People the master of nature Sense of time  Past oriented  Present oriented  Futrue oriented Acitivity social relationships  Being authoritarian  Being in becoming group oriented  Doing /

Evaluation of intensive programmes for pregnant women who smoke Anne Dowden, Director – Evaluation Research New Zealand September 2007.

is achieved in a number of different ways. Through having a midwife or nurse on staff. Publicise partnership with a medical expert and/or cultural experts.  P rovide expert advice and lend credibility. Through providing training services to referral networks  seen as ‘specialists’. 24Research New Zealand | September 2007 Background Evaluation Objectives Evaluation Activities Literature Review Sector analysis and coverage Standard of practice in/

7. Cultural Influences on Intercultural Communication Theories of International Tourism.

cultures, S-Am.) Low uncertainty avoidance (Hofstede, ’80, 2001) Tolerance for conflict, ambiguity, foreigners with strange behaviors and new ideas, lack of conformity and compromise (Singapore, Denmark, Sweden, H.K., U.K, Ireland, Malaysia, India, China, Philippines, U.S, Indonesia, New Zealand/ Middle East, Africa, S-Europe, Indonesian, Japan Past orientation (Kluckhohn & Strodtbeck, ’61) Importance of tradition and previous experience, past should be the guide for conversation, interaction, making /

Output Based Budgeting Change of culture for better public service delivery Syed Asad Ali Shah Managing partner Deloitte Yousuf Adil Chartered Accountants.

culture for better public service delivery Syed Asad Ali Shah Managing partner Deloitte Yousuf Adil Chartered Accountants May 02, 2016 1. Need for output based budgeting (OBB) 2.OBB for better service delivery and enhanced outcomes 3.Global Experience of OBB 4.Case Study: OBB implementation in New Zealand/contractors. Dynamic pricing and pay-as-you-go systems will replace the blunt pricing models of the past. With greater frequency, governments will allow citizens to pay in real time for the services they /

How to Apply to New Zealand New Zealand welcomes people from all cultures and countries around the world, although you will probably need a visa. Luckily,

New Zealand New Zealand welcomes people from all cultures and countries around the world, although you will probably need a visa. Luckily, New Zealand has visa offices around the world so it should be easy for you to get the ball rolling, wherever you happen to be. Everyone who comes to study in New Zealand from overseas must meet certain rules and requirements. If you are coming to New Zealand/!! Passport You must have a passport that is valid for at least three months past the end of your intended stay.

Cross-cultural models Working Internationally Messiah College Jan Lok January 10 th 2014.

Greece, Spain, Africa, Asia, Latin America 2. Power distance Small power distance (e.g. Denmark, New Zealand) expect and accept power relations that are more consultative or democratic. People relate to one another more as /Time Past oriented cultures (e.g. Ireland) Past oriented cultures (e.g. Ireland) Present oriented cultures (e.g. Spain) Present oriented cultures (e.g. Spain) Future oriented cultures (e.g. USA) Future oriented cultures (e.g. USA) Some consequences … USA Business Culture Shareholder/

Visual Culture and art making A ‘snapshot of tertiary art students in New Zealand and Hong Kong By Wing-Tai (Bobby) Hung.

- challenging perceptions to my art and being an art educator. The research question How are understandings of contemporary visual culture reflected in students’ art making at differing tertiary art institutions located in their cultural milieu of New Zealand and Hong Kong? Visual arts education of the past, present and future: 19 th century there was a focus on technical, formal drawing, fine arts, influence of/

Lim, Joohee Nam, Yujin Park, Nari Linguistic Issue In New Zealand.

Nam, Yujin Park, Nari Linguistic Issue In New Zealand Contents Past Present Future Language of New Zealand Official languages Native languages Immigrant languages Multilingual society The History of Immigration Polynesian settlement Migration from 1840 Post World War II migration Introduction of points-based system Polynesian settlement In the 13 th Century The Polynesian ancestors of the Maori Unique ‘Maori Culture & Language’ Late of 18 th Cen/

Flag of New Zealand Maps of New Zealand- present 2009.

&biw=1003&bih=583 New Zealand Social Systems-Past Technically, the Aborigines first settled in New Zealand, but later Europeans settled in. The two cultures merged and transformed to create New Zealand. Maori Art Maori art New Zealand’s famous Kiwi Bird http://www.discover-the- world.co.uk/en/holidays/new -zealand/natural-new- zealand/ This is New Zealands coolest marine animal http://www.wildlife.co.nz/wildlife_info.html New Zealand Cuisine New Zealand’s cuisine is described as/

Geology Of New Zealand. In The Shadows Of Volcanoes.

course, has a lot of disadvantages. However, this subterranean activity also blesses New Zealand with some spectacular geothermal areas and relaxing hot springs, as well as providing /Pacific Ring of Fire, so volcanic activity is part of the city’s past and present. The city is also the tribal home of the Te Arawa/ to keep you captivated with geothermal phenomena and special cultural experiences. Rotorua also has a well-developed adventure culture – everything from sky diving to zorbing. Healing properties/

Mothers and Babies Should Be Together. Carol Bartle NUMB Launch Hamilton, New Zealand April 2005.

babies (Beverley Chalmers 1997). The scientific and technological NICU requires a complimentary culture of caring for parents to add a much needed psychosocial element. Keeping /for more staff (Nareesh Mathur) Carol Bartle April 2005 Mothers Arms – the past and future locus of neonatal care? (Dr R White 2004) With the / Dr Kath Ryan & Dr Judith Duncan. University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand. La Leche League New Zealand for all their support Ongoing support and inspiration from my friends Rea Daellenbach/

Imperialism. Motives for Imperialism Economic- need for new markets and raw materials Political– boost national pride, expand territory, exercise military.

cultural patterns –Dependent on British economy –Canada Friction between British rulers and French inhabitants Formed a federal system Majority of French lived in Quebec –Australia 1788, lived among indigenous hunting and gathering population Agricultural development and discovery of gold –Spurred population growth and economy Federal system developed in 1900 –New Zealand/ Prior to that Mahan’s expansionist vision had “reached not past Hawaii,” but now it encompassed the Asiatic mainland Commodore Dewey /

As members of a community we will: Think about our environment and landmarks through comparing and contrasting them with New Zealand. We will be investigating.

their life in England. We also aim to video call New Zealand and receive pictures of life in New Zealand. As learners we will: After experiencing lots of different parts of New Zealand culture, life and landmarks Chestnut class will have the opportunity to/ Share likes and dislikes with the class. Show awareness of the writer’s and characters’ intentions. Use the past and present tense. Develop opinions or questions about events. Using communication Learning across the curriculum Learning and thinking skills/

For each slide please answer the following… 1) What do you think this dish is? 2) What culture do you think this dish could be from? 3) Would you eat this.

the mid 20 th century  Black puddings popularity has decreased in NZ over the past few decades…can you think of any reasons why this has happened? Is it due to changes in our culture?  Traditional Scottish dish  Usually contains sheeps ‘pluck’ (heart, liver and/ own taste buds and opinions. For example you may be part of New Zealand culture but dislike pavlova and onion dip or you may be Chinese but absolutely love Indian cuisine. Culture doesn’t always dictate what foods you will like, you still have /

AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND. AUSTRALIA Smallest continent Smallest continent Largest island Largest island Original inhabitants-Oboriginal people lived.

of cultures-taking land of Aboriginal people, destruction of A. culture and social disintegration European settlements brought conflict of cultures-taking land of Aboriginal people, destruction of A. culture and / education Fight against AIDS, Australia has concentrated it’s efforts on education NEW ZEALAND Located in SW Pacific Ocean NZ is a large, long group of /has grown steadly over the past 150years reaching some 3.59 million in 1994 Population has grown steadly over the past 150years reaching some 3.59/

Studieren in New Zealand 27. August 2015. University of Waikato  Location: Waikato Mangement School, Hamiliton  Degree: Master of Business Administration.

Management  International Enterprise Management  Action Research Project  Major Research Project Living in New Zealand Miete zwischen $200 und $370 pro Woche Lebenshaltung wie zu DM-Zeiten Alkohol / in Today’s Global Environment The organisational world of the past no longer reflects traditional views of the nature of management and/enterprises, the proactive identification and management of country-specific factors such as culture, legal system, trade block relationships, political preferences, etc. We /

Chapter 9 Development An Introduction to Human Geography The Cultural Landscape, 8e James M. Rubenstein PPT by Abe Goldman.

all belief systems, compared to other regions it is relatively homogeneous culturally, linguistically, and religiously. Isolation Isolation Two oceans Two oceans No major/ Homogeneous populations Homogeneous populations Australia and New Zealand have benefited from their close ties to UK Australia and New Zealand have benefited from their close ties / (ITA), more countries are adopting it Why? Why? Past 25 yrs, world trade has tripled Past 25 yrs, world trade has tripled Increased interconnectedness of world/

LIVING HERITAGE BUCKLAND. About Living Heritage Living Heritage is an online bilingual initiative that enables New Zealand schools to develop and publish.

is an online bilingual initiative that enables New Zealand schools to develop and publish an online resource, based on a heritage treasure in their community. Living Heritage preserves history and culture in a digital format for every generation,/communicate our learning. See our Research process page. Curriculum Links Social Sciences Continuity and Change - understand how the past is important to people Key Competencies Thinking - making sense of information Relating to others - listening to and sharing/

Media Studies and the New Curriculum NCEA Level 3 / Curriculum Level 8 “There is no education that is not media education” Susanne Krucsay, Austrian Ministry.

from the past, present, and future and from places within and beyond New Zealand.” http://nzcurriculum.tki.org.nz/Curriculum-documents/The-New-Zealand- Curriculum/Learning-areas/Social-sciences http://nzcurriculum.tki.org.nz/Curriculum-documents/The-New-Zealand- Curriculum/Learning/ Questions for teachers Do you build a relationship with your students? Do you consider/connect with their cultural background? Do you consider the group/whanau vs individual achievement dichotomy? Do you ask about/use their /

The Experience of Scots abroad, 1830 – 1939 What impact did Scots have on the ‘New World’?

other areas of cultural life where the Scottish influence was overwhelming. Overview Although America ended its colonial status in 1783, cultural and economic links /Wellington and Christchurch. Other settlements Religious impulses were behind the desire to populate New Zealand and to create ‘little Scotlands’. The Otago settlement in the South Island/you understand the reaction of native peoples to Scottish immigrants in the past? Native populations There is evidence to suggest that many Scots sought good/

Te Papa. Region: Wellington Activity/Event: Museum of New Zealand “Te Papa is New Zealand’s national museum and is renowned for being bi-cultural, scholarly,

New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa Act was passed. Te Papa would: unite the National Museum and National Art gallery to emerge, unite two institutions so stories could be told and be a place for discussion, debate, involvement and celebration and most of all link past /of Te Papa is based around Maori culture and history it has a replica of the treaty of Waitangi and the Maori exhibits focus on Maori history and culture also special treasures from tribes all around New Zealand. When building Te Papa asked the /

Born in Samoa in 1975 to a Japanese father and Samoan mother, Shigeyuki Kihara lived in Indonesia and Japan before she immigrated to New Zealand in 1989.

so we become acutely aware of our own position as voyeurs – and of the way pictorial conventions of the past constructed and perpetuated racial, cultural and gender stereotypes, many of which still hold sway today. http://www.artnews.co.nz/summer-2012-profile/ /one stood out – Samoan half caste, an image of a Samoan woman dressed in a Victorian mourning dress, taken by New Zealand photographer Thomas Andrew, who moved to Apia in 1891 to create studio portraits and images for the booming postcard industry. “I/

Globalization of the cultural industries Dr. Brett Christophers 17 November 2009.

UK Hungary Bulgaria Denmark Indonesia Lithuania Bolivia Argentina (8 days) Australia (8 days) New Zealand (2 weeks) Mexico (2 weeks) Russia (3 weeks) Finland (3 weeks/ examples relate to television In film, the key development of the past two decades has been the emergence in India of ‘Bollywood’ as/‘geocultural’ (Hesmondhalgh, 2002) regions – groups of countries sharing – Similar languages and/or cultures – And similar audiovisual product trade profiles Thus, for instance, the predominance of Indian films /

Promotion of Wood and Forest Products in New Zealand Shaun Killerby.

was subsequently projected New Zealand Market History National plantation forest estate established from 1919 Fast-growing Pinus radiata the primary species planted Designed to complement the indigenous forest resource New Zealand Market History Culture of wood use / understanding and meeting consumer aspirations Emergent Problems New housing types and styles Proliferation of new products and systems Concerns about variable wood quality over the past decade Declining commitment to wood Weather-tightness /

EMu Support A presentation by Giselle Stanton Collection Information Manager- Standards and Support Collection Information Services The Museum of New Zealand.

New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa The Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa is a forum for the nation to present, explore, and preserve the heritage of its cultures and knowledge of the natural environment in order to better understand and treasure the past,/standards. Te Papa Catalog Manual guided by the standards in Cataloging Cultural Objects,2006 The Collection Processes will be based on the SPECTRUM model. The Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa Engaging the EMu users Delivering and managing in-house/

Understanding the Role of Culture

things through carefully and thoroughly before acting. Cultural Orientations ---Time What is human’s orientation to time? * PAST: The past serves as the best precedent for the present and future and past experience is the most important criterion by which/, loyalty, family, and background. They associate competition with defeat. Low: Russia, Argentina, Greece High: New Zealand, Hong Kong, Singapore GLOBE Dimensions Future orientation Future orientation refers to the importance a society attaches to future/

International OB: Managing Across Cultures

. Rankings on the GLOBE Cultural Dimensions 4-8 Table 4-1 cont. Highest Lowest Denmark, Sweden, New Zealand, Netherlands, Finland Iran, /past by respecting tradition and meeting social obligations? Long-Term vs. Short-Term Orientation McGraw-Hill © 2004 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. Highest Scoring Countries: Hofstede-Bond Studies 4-14 Table 4-3 Highest Scoring Countries: Hofstede-Bond Studies Hong-Kong Brazil Singapore India Philippines High Power Distance Germany Sweden New Zealand/


and Protection Tribunal. If you are in New Zealand unlawfully after your limited visa expires, you will be liable for immediate deportation from New Zealand. What business in New Zealand can offer me employment? Only New Zealand horticulture culture and viticulture businesses are eligible to recruit / for five years or more In the past ten tears you were convicted and sentenced to imprisonment for 12 months or more Are the subject of a current New Zealand prohibition order Have been deported from any country/

Putting social justice into practice A New Zealand insight into career education Barrie Irving, PhD Candidate University of Otago

a critical individual and collective understanding of our sense(s) of identity; what it means to be a New Zealander; our sense(s) of cultural belonging; how career(s) are framed, and how lives are constructed. As such it should fit comfortably / find from my own small-scale pilot study? Sense of self:  What we teach is influenced by our present and our past  “Careers is all about social justice”  External influences act to restrict agency Social class and equality of opportunity  Education and/

1 A Culture of Family Literacy Leads to School Success Jon Reyhner, BME 210, Week 1.

of having a professional rather than an unskilled father. It holds equally in rich nations and in poor; in the past and in the present; under Communism, capitalism, and Apartheid; and most strongly in China. Data are from representative national/ in recognizing and meeting the need for cultural relevance with her Maori students in New Zealand. I believe every educator and parent should read this book.” Sylvia Ashton-Warner taught Māori students in New Zealand and wrote about her experiences in her /

Parity for All: Aspiration and expectation in New Zealand Dr Airini A seminar co-sponsored by the Department of Education Studies and the Centre for Policy.

in wider society. Māori business and development are making a major contribution to New Zealand’s economy and society. Acknowledging and advancing Māori language, culture and identity is important in providing a basis for Māori success in all /s Plan set conditions on funding approved for future Plans suspend funding revoke funding funding recovery consider the TEO’s past performance in future funding allocations (including any discretionary funding for which the TEO may apply). Presentation Why have parity /

Te Kooti Taiohi o Aotearoa The Youth Court of New Zealand.

risks and challenge authority Beware of a so-called “golden age” of the past (illusory), when teenagers were not a challenge Te Kooti Taiohi o Aotearoa The Youth Court of New Zealand 18 Footer txt 1. A principled approach to child justice (cont) “There/age is 12 years or below Complex questions of maturation and development; cultural norms may be involved A legitimate area of public debate Te Kooti Taiohi o Aotearoa The Youth Court of New Zealand 24 Footer txt 1. At what age should children be held /

Population case study: NEW ZEALAND POPULATION-4,471,000.

men, 20 for women)  Literacy rates for both men and women are up past 99%  Men earned an average of 12% more than women in 1992  New Zealand was ranked 13th out of a total of 142 countries in the Global Gender Gap / Religion  Christianity  Islam  Sauron Challenges  Obesity, Gang culture and Orcs are serious problems in New Zealand.  The population is growing at a stable rate, and has been for some time. The location of New Zealand serves to remove the nation from many of the world’s conflicts/



Overcoming Health Workforce Inequities Success For All Dr Elana Curtis, Sonia Townsend, Tanya Savage, Dr Airini University of Auckland, Aotearoa - New.

Townsend, Tanya Savage, Dr Airini University of Auckland, Aotearoa - New Zealand Leaders in Indigenous Medical Education (LIME) Melbourne, Australia December 3, 2009 Presentation summary: Health workforce issues in Aotearoa - New Zealand Vision 20:20 Success For All Project Overview Success For All /Action: the purpose of that was to educate us about Māori and Pacific Island culture, we were discussing the traditional aspects of our past people kind of thing. Outcome: It was fun, like being part of MAPAS, /

Chapter 4 Local Culture, Popular Culture, & Cultural Landscapes.

America, Western Europe, Japan, India, and South Korea currently have the greatest influence on popular culture. Assimilation policies  - American, Canadian, Russian, Australian, and New Zealand assimilation policies practiced by governments were official policies designed for the express purpose of distributing and changing indigenous and local cultures. Influences on popular culture  At the global scale, North America, Western Europe, Japan, India, and South Korea exert the/

1 A Culture of Family Literacy Leads to School Success Jon Reyhner, BME 210, Week 1.

of having a professional rather than an unskilled father. It holds equally in rich nations and in poor; in the past and in the present; under Communism, capitalism, and Apartheid; and most strongly in China. Data are from representative national/ in recognizing and meeting the need for cultural relevance with her Maori students in New Zealand. I believe every educator and parent should read this book.” Sylvia Ashton-Warner taught Māori students in New Zealand and wrote about her experiences in her /

Chris o Doherty A.K.A Reg Mombasa. Early life Reg Mombasa was born in Auckland, new Zealand on August 14,1951. His family immigrated in Australia in 1969.

works would include “Barbeque” also “The Beer Monster with tap penis”. Being born in rainy New Zealand the barbeque was foreign to reg. Soon after moving here he learnt what a cultural icon the BBQ is for Australians.This painting is a sarcastic look on the traditional Australian past time. “Barbeque” Created in 2008, Digital print REG MOMBASSA (b.1951) (pseudonym for Chris O/

Www.minedu.govt.nz © New Zealand Ministry of Education 2009 - copying restricted to use by New Zealand education sector. Page 1 Self and peer assessment.

for some students. What sort of classroom culture do teachers and students need to facilitate this shift? www.minedu.govt.nz © New Zealand Ministry of Education 2009 - copying restricted to use by New Zealand education sector. Page 11 A suggested process/ work and reason past misconceptions. Opportunities to do this throughout individual lessons and schemes of work. Back to AFL Tools www.minedu.govt.nz © New Zealand Ministry of Education 2009 - copying restricted to use by New Zealand education sector. Page/

The Impact of Parent Professional Partnerships in Inclusive Education By Barbara Perry Faculty of Education University of Otago New Zealand

risks and profits. Partnership Research in General Education: Over the past twenty years extensive research has been carried out by the John /make joint decisions. Features of Reliable Alliance: know yourself, knowing families honour cultural diversity, be able to affirm and build on family strengths, promote choices/in Fraser, D., Moltzen, R. & Ryba, K. (2000) Learners with Special Needs in Aotearoa New Zealand. Palmerston North: Dunmore Press. Hornby, G. (2003), personal correspondence. Hornby, G. (2002). /

Ageing & Intimacy: Sexuality in later life. Dr Allyson Waite

in Older People. Partner related problems Relationship issues Past traumatic sexual experiences Unresolved emotional experiences Self esteem, body image Lack of education, knowledge Social expectations/sexual culture Coping with change and maintaining intimacy Open communication / Generalising Normalising Link to a diagnosed condition Use statistics Where to from here? Referrals: Sex Therapy New Zealand (STNZ) www.sextherapy.co.nz Further training: The Good Fellow unit, University of Auckland c.pilkington/

Dimensions of Culture Power Distance Gender Orientation

cultures, backgrounds, & experiences Information is detailed, specific, & explicit to avoid miscommunication; overt & explicit Reactions on surface Meaning determined by what is said rather than how it is said Low commitment Straight talk, assertive, honesty valued USA, Australia, Canada, Switzerland, New Zealand, Russia, South Africa Time Orientation Time orientation consists of: Monochronic vs. Polychronic Past/Low Austria (53) Israel (52) Denmark (51) New Zealand (50) Ireland (49) Guatemala (53) Equador (/

New Zealand: What did I say? What did I learn?. Letter from America: Some thoughts on ecosystem-based fishery management. R.C. Francis School of Aquatic.

living standards in our open, competitive economy. Our challenge is to sustain our unique culture, values, and national identity in a world of globalised media and culture. New Zealand can aim to be the first nation to be truly sustainable – across four pillars/sustainability and carbon neutrality will define our nation, just as our quest for a nuclear free world has over the past 23 years.” Helen Clark 2007 Sustainability Priorities for Government Towards a carbon neutral public service –Lead by example –6/

Be prepared? Preparing mature students for university entry in England and Aotearoa New Zealand Marion Bowl – University of Birmingham Lis Whitelaw – Open.

practitioners Implicit assumption of negative past experiences Stress on ‘safe space’ Effect of presence of younger students Implications of protected environment for effective transition to university? Social: acculturation to university norms and practices University as an alien environment for English Access students No uniform university culture in England Acculturation fundamental to preparation in New Zealand CUP course Progression: university links New Zealand Direct enrolment Formal and/

Concepts of privacy in Japan and New Zealand Rowena Cullen School of Information Management Victoria University of Wellington.

on earlier NZ project - Reilly and Cullen (E-govt web site) New Zealand citizen’s concerns about the privacy of their personal information provided to government / a negative impact on trust in government. Data sought for purposes of comparison, cultural differences that might emerge Same questions on concerns, knowledge of protections, trust in / growth in self-centered individualism, alienation from more caring society of the past, even if essential to Japan’s advancement Less emphasis on ‘democratic values/

Cost/Benefit Study of the Implications for Thailand of Greater Cooperation on Government Procurement With Australia and New Zealand.

Education Review Office  Government Communications Security Bureau  Inland Revenue Department  Land Information New Zealand  Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry  Ministry for Culture and Heritage  Ministry of Defence  Ministry of Economic Development  Ministry of Education/ Australia  Not allowed, but past performance relates to ‘value for money’ ( risk)  Some States maintain registers with review procedures: does not amount to blacklisting  New Zealand  Not allowed Blacklisting and Review /

Change is coming: but not one person at a time lll A population approach to alcohol-related harm 5 th Alcohol Action New Zealand Conference Te Papa, Wellington,

Women: breast, lung, colorectal * * * 7 Child and adolescent injury mortality in New Zealand and eight other OECD countries. Paper presented at the Third National Conference on Injury /Breadth of Research Support a – quantity and consistency of the evidence 3)Tested Across Cultures a, e.,g. countries, regions, subgroups 4)Cost to Implement and Sustain / a result of drinking alcohol, have you experienced the following over the past 4 weeks: ” WomenMen % Vomited1718 Had a heated argument10 Was physically/

Bratislava, Slovakia 12 April 2011 Steve Knight, Programme Director Preservation Research and Consultancy National Library of New Zealand University Library.

National Library is a place where a nation nourishes its memory and exerts its imagination where it connects with its past and invents its future.” Pierre Ryckmans. 1996. “Perplexities of an electronically illiterate old man.” Quad-rant, September / authority archives, to enhance the accessibility of records that are relevant to the historical and cultural heritage of New Zealand and to New Zealanders sense of their national identity.” A government archiving point of view A government archiving point of/

NEW ZEALAND 2007. Ho hum: 2+ weeks in New Zealand … Pfizer Ford Gap Chrysler Yahoo microsoft wal*mart ??? ???

hum: 2+ weeks in New Zealand … Pfizer Ford Gap Chrysler Yahoo /Where are you likely to find people with the least diversity of experience, the largest investment in the past, and the greatest reverence for industry dogma: At the top!” — Gary Hamel/Harvard Business Review “/review of Jack and Suzy Welch’s Winning claims there are but two key differentiators that set GE “culture” apart from the herd: First: Separating financial forecasting and performance measurement. Performance measurement based, as it/

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