Push My Button - New Company Member

25 April 2019

Push My Button - New Company Member

Push My Button is the official reseller of HappyOrNot (www.happy-or-not.com/en a global customer service and employee satisfaction solution, developed in Finland) in the Pacific Region (New Zealand, Australia, Fiji, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and Papua New Guinea) since 2013. Our vision is to make people happier one smiley at a time. Since inception we have collected well over 30 million feedbacks and HappyOrNot well over 1 billion worldwide. 

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Tom Collins, NZSBA's 2018 Scholarship recipient: His experiences in Sweden

16 April 2019

Tom's

Hej! I’m Tom and I was awarded the Hans and Pat Björklund Scholarship for studies in Scandinavia last year. Since being awarded the scholarship I have moved to Sweden and started a two-year master’s programme in Global Studies at Lund University. The course has been fantastic so far. We have mostly been focusing on how the process of globalization, with all its various political, social and economic factors, has impacted millions of people around the world. For example, in one essay I looked at how globalization, particularly through social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter, has created an identity crisis for many young people.

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Kromann Reumert - New Company Member

12 April 2019

Kromann Reumert - New  Company Member

Kromann Reumert is the leading law firm in Denmark with offices in Copenhagen, Aarhus and London. The firm’s staff of almost 550 people, of which approximately 300 are lawyers, provide responsive, insightful and comprehensive legal advice and assistance to national and international clients, combining legal expertise with extensive specialised industry knowledge and a practical, constructive approach to legal issues.

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Harvard Business Review March/April summary by Frank Olsson

10 April 2019

Harvard Business Review March/April summary by Frank Olsson

This is the second HBR issue of the year. There are a couple of very interesting articles in there about leadership training, performance management, leading a professional firm, and mid-life crisis. I found the article “The Feedback Fallacy” especially insightful as what it says is so obvious and not well understood or practiced by most organizations. Please find below a few notes from this HBR issue.

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Nordic Networking Unplugged at Wallenius Wilhelmsen

5 April 2019

Nordic Networking Unplugged at Wallenius Wilhelmsen

Another wonderful New Zealand Scandinavia Business Association's  2019 Nordic Networking event. Welcome TOMRA Sorting Food  and Finnair, our newest members. Huge thanks to our hosts,  Wallenius Wilhelmsen Ocean & Solutions and Mats Lewis ; to our logistics panel -  Arnaud Michelin of  @Finnair, Jolene Gibbs Nielsen of @Scan Global Logistics, Coby Duggan of Volvo Cars, and Mats Lewis of Wallenius Wilhelmsen Ocean & Solutions, and our fabulous guests - we appreciate your support.

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