The threat by Australian news organisations to boycott the Rugby World Cup shows that the old ‘top down’ model of managing the news media by imposing rules is out of date.
Posted by Amanda Woodbridge on Monday 29th Aug 2011
When it comes to encouraging creativity in children there’s plenty of research-based evidence showing that competition is one of the top ‘creative killers’.
Posted by Alice Taylor on Tuesday 9th Aug 2011
It’s not possible to write a blog this week without mentioning the News Corporation phone hacking scandal.
Posted by Anna Kominik on Thursday 28th Jul 2011
Whether it’s a tornado in Taranaki or the trials, tribulations and tragedy of fame, the New Zealand media is obsessed with two things – weather and celebrities.
Posted by Sam Halstead on Tuesday 26th Jul 2011
In the US everything is bigger – the coffee comes in milkshake-sized containers, meal servings are twice what we expect and the shopping malls are immense.
Posted by Dan Ormond on Friday 15th Jul 2011
Earthquakes, floods, tsunamis, oil spills… we’ve become accustomed to seeing international emergency service personnel converge on disaster zones around the world.
Posted by Tomas Kriha on Tuesday 28th Jun 2011
Are New Zealand organisations missing an opportunity to drive, reinforce and bring to life their values by not using their internal communications function?
Posted by Amanda Woodbridge on Tuesday 7th Jun 2011
Cherie Kurarangi Sweeney, neighbour of Ngaruawahi baby Serenity Scott-Dinnington whose death is the subject of a police investigation, has started a facebook page STOP death by abuse of our children.
Posted by Patricia Thompson on Thursday 2nd Jun 2011
Fifty five people like the fact that last Friday Sirocco Kakapo posted the following message on Facebook:
Posted by Mark Russell on Monday 23rd May 2011