Leadership and governance
How can leadership and governance assist enterprises and organisations to innovate, create value, succeed in international markets, and enhance productivity and sustainability?
This theme underpins and infuses the other three. Leadership and governance practices are critical for economic and social wellbeing, but are being challenged as organisations respond to an increasingly complex and ambiguous environment.
Research projects funded under this theme address important questions relating to the leadership and governance of enterprises and organisations, and the financial, ethical, legal, regulatory, and policy framework that relates to them. The interaction of leadership and governance is seen as particularly worthy of study.
A selection of stories about the work of Business School academic staff and postgraduate students in the area of leadership and governance.
- Creating leaders to drive a more sustainable future
- Economies of wellbeing: Leadership and organisational resilience
- How international business research can help to eradicate modern slavery
- Opening up the black box
- The role of Māori Tikanga values in corporate governance
- Whenua BEINGS: Raising the consciousness of Māori landowners
- Worker exploitation in New Zealand