Senior Lecturer, Department of Management and Marketing, Unitec New Zealand. Lecturing HRM, Strategic HRM, Employment Relations, Strategy and Change, at and post graduate level. Extensive practice experience in these fields

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Publications:
Human Resource's Role in Future Priorities and Current Capabilities in New Zealand Organisations: Some Research Findings

Complexities of change are overwhelming for organisations. It requires a balance between people, process and technology. Roles and responsibilities of HR managers will change in future.

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Managing of Human Resources and Employment Relationships in New Zealand's Retail Industry

New Zealand's retail industry is highly competitive and diverse. Human resource is the conerstone of employment relations. Both fields contain elements of conflict and cooperation but underpin the organisation's effectiveness

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IHRM and HRM: Two Sides of the Same Coin?

Issues related to IHRM such as purpose, approaches and development of models and similarities and differences of HRM, standardisation of compemsation , pros and cons thereof

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Relating the Tertiary Curriculum to Reality in the Workplace

Curricula are areas of interest, as what the students are taught currently impacts on business in future. Businesses need a knowledge base in the future from which to draw employees

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Education and Training as a Social Science: Some Empirical Evidence in the Rosebank Business Precinct of Auckland New Zealand

Tertiary institutions should seek feedback from industries of the needs of businesses to provide education and training. Areas were identified for developing curricula for tertiary institutions to provide employable students.

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Generating Ideas and Managing Suggestion Systems in Organisations: Some Empirical Evidence

Reporting on qualitative research with structured interviews. Creating and generating of ideas are discussed in the results section; implications for managers and conclusion with a reference list form the conclusion.

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