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How the Oxfam’s scandal is costing aid agencies? The decision to give, or not to give your money to a particular charity is influenced by a host of factors, some tangible and others quite intangible. Sadly, Oxfam’s scandal will have made th… Read More

Credit: Shortland Street Facebook page When TVNZ’s Shortland Street returns to our screens at 7pm tonight, viewers who tune in to learn Sass’ fate could be getting far more from the show than they perhaps realise.  Shortland Street, li… Read More

Movies like Mean Girls give cliques a bad name and suggest they only exist in such ‘hot house’, unrealistic environments. Cliques are usually portrayed as an exclusive group of people bound by shared values, behaviours or attitudes that ofte… Read More

Our digital age brings forth the most wondrous of developments, and at a rapid pace. Augmented Reality (AR) could change the way we live as we say goodbye to 2D images on screens and hello to the hologram.  Put simply, it’s a technology that s… Read More

Ethical stakeholder relations are the foundation for building mutual understanding with your publics.  The phrase 'stakeholder relations' is used liberally in private and public sector organisations but the way organisations put those stakeholder re… Read More

While Millennials claim to value food products with certain attributes, they may not choose to buy them. Our personal values are known to have a significant impact on the foods and beverages we include in our choice set. For some people this can m… Read More