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Agribusiness Agenda 2013, Volume II - Maintaining our People-Powered Performance

This volume tackles some of the issues and challenges associated with people in the primary sector.
Modified date: 26/06/2014
Business and industry issue
 

Agribusiness Agenda 2013, Volume I - State of the Nation

The thoughts and ideas of our nation’s agribusiness leaders from a series of roundtables across the country.
Modified date: 26/06/2014
Business and industry issue
 

Agribusiness Agenda 2013, Volume III - Evolving customer-centric industry

New Zealand’s primary sector needs to develop a customer-centric approach to its marketing, find out how in KPMG Agribusiness Agenda 2013, volume 3.
Modified date: 26/06/2014
Business and industry issue
 

Agribusiness Agenda 2013 Volume IV - Environment, communities, businesses needs

KPMG Agribusiness Agenda Volume 4 explores what sustainability means to the primary sector and its success.
Modified date: 26/06/2014
Business and industry issue
 

High performance strategy - Escaping gravity?

The characteristics of a high performance strategy.
Modified date: 20/03/2014
Business and industry issue
 

Make sure today’s acquisitions don’t become tomorrow’s impairment headache

Developing best practices in accounting for future acquisitions to manage ongoing impairment risk.
Modified date: 22/01/2014
Business and industry issue
 

Customer value – who’s counting?

The shift from the traditional view of customer value to the changing landscape of customer relationships.
Modified date: 9/12/2013
Business and industry issue
 

Social media: the voyage of discovery for business

More and more Australian organisations are actively considering their own social media journey.
Modified date: 19/06/2013
Business and industry issue
 

Sourcing can help governments realise better value for money

Skills shortages in government can be more acute than in the private sector.
Modified date: 28/05/2013
Business and industry issue