We all know that diversity is key to improving boards. How about making them more creative too?
There's an innovation renaissance brewing in post-earthquake Christchurch as multicultural entrepreneurship replaces the old boys' network. This required a new name, writes Steven Moe.
A Canterbury startup is exposing medical equipment manufacturers' deliberate one-use design tricks and proving that hospitals can reuse and recycle.
Social enterprises don’t get tax advantages and can’t get the same kind of funding as businesses. This needs to change, says the co-author of a new report.
Pre-meeting meetings sound like bureaucracy gone mad to Westerners, but the Japanese method of decision-making means everyone is brought along together.
The earthquakes have changed the culture in genteel Christchurch. Now it's more about how you can contribute than who you went to school with, writes Steven Moe.
What does it mean to be a social enterprise today? Is it about profit, purpose, or both? Steven Moe takes us through the various definitions.
Lawyer Steven Moe looks at the developing world of space law, and questions whether similar moves are needed for other exponential technologies on our immediate horizon.
With the rise of China, Japan has taken something of a backseat in trade discussions. Lawyer Steven Moe says New Zealand's relationship with the world's third largest economy is still going strong, but may need some TLC.