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Articles from NZ Business (November 1, 2011)

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'Doing good' is good for business: a recent BNI survey on the social responsibility attitudes of businesses has revealed just how important charity and community association has become to a business's success. Colin Kennedy has more. Survey 1078
Adding value to business. Seymour, Graeme 700
Bank helps small business clients. 285
Bosses behind on BYO tech: Bill Bennett reports on the latest business technologies impacting on the workplace. 345
Business: what's the point? Businesses behaving badly are driving short-term gain and creating long-term pain. Brian H Meredith explains. Meredith, Brian H. Viewpoint essay 825
Businesses irresponsible on e-waste. 197
Choosing the right approach to franchising: Simon Lord highlights three different approaches to franchising your business and asks will you choose success or failure? Lord, Simon 857
Cloud services come to smartphone headsets. 336
Constructive dismissal: the wolf at your door: Erin Burke outlines the circumstances that can lead to a personal grievance for constructive dismissal, and what employers can do to protect themselves. Burke, Erin 809
Crashing through the hemp barrier: on the eve of the NZI National Sustainable Business Network Awards Rachel Brown reviews some of the exciting contenders. Brown, Rachel 817
Data security: facts and fallacies. Baker, Glenn 2277
Effective people management: a new online leadership development programme could be just what your business needs to improve employee performance and work motivation. 1198
FBT and motor vehicles: a gentle reminder: it is timely to remind ourselves of the requirements that must be met if an employer intends to 1rely on the Work Related Vehicle exemption from FBT, Scott Mason explains. Mason, Scott 626
Financial reporting made easier? Now there is an easier path for New Zealand SMEs with the new financial reporting framework. Mark Leadbetter looks at the implications. Leadbetter, Mark 789
FoodBowl finally opens doors. 260
Getting to grips with cash management. Book review 152
HB software company grows Aussie sales. 307
Hospitality in their DNA: for the Herrmann family, owners of the Jet Park Hotel, hospitality is literally a way of life. NZBusiness discovers why this family is so successful at hotel management. 854
How to avoid death by power point: presenters must 'get smart' on visual aids if they want to grab the attention of audiences. Patricia Moore has this, and plenty more, advice on presentation technologies and techniques from the experts. Moore, Patricia 1932
How to please every customer. Book review 160
Improving payroll efficiency: the final instalment of a business improvement series that focuses on how to reduce business expenses and increase sales. Rich, Mike 1101
Increasing prices won't lose you customers. 355
Its's always about the customer. 255
Letting down the side: Ashley Balls' new gas hob installation highlights deficiencies in New Zealand's residential construction industry. Balls, Ashley 899
Lisa Tamati runs a jewellery business in Taranaki, but is best known for her ultra-marathon achievements: she fields 10 questions in 10 minutes and her time starts now. Interview 1560
Manage the experience or lose the customer: Dr Ian Brooks has a simple message for making your business prosper. Brooks, Ian 830
Nov 2011. Calendar 511
On a mission for nutrition: New Zealand's bread industry has long been highly competitive. Recently the gluten-free sub-category has been heating up with the 'big boys' looking for a slice of the action. Glenn Baker talks to the owners of Venerdi, one of the established players, to see how they're coping with the changing marketplace. Baker, Glenn 1128
On the same page: Shay Wright reports on how the ICEHOUSE leading and managing for growth programme helped furniture manufacturer Furnware punch above its weight in global markets. Wright, Shay 1159
Pathways to success: Catherine Beard shares the Tait export and skills training success stories. Beard, Catherine Viewpoint essay 589
Pen and paper: back in fashion: Alan Chew celebrates the arrival of the latest digital pen and paper technology. Chew, Alan 852
Silvey takes on Upstart challenge. Silvey, Steve Brief article 272
Some post-Cup analysis. Baker, Glenn H. Editorial 536
Start walking the talk: why is it that so many Kiwi companies fail to gain and retain customers? Chris Bell outlines how a total customer-focused strategy can have a massively positive impact on business. Bell, Chris 978
Tackling those late payments: Kevin Kevany reports on how changes to the way businesses manage debtors is helping protect the lifeblood of business - cashflow. Kevany, Kevin 2266
The great balancing act. Pla, Ruth Le Company overview 2594
The price May be right, but is your business ready for sale? David Newport has advice on how to make your business sale-ready should a keen buyer suddenly appear. Newport, David 1115
Track time, save money: NZBusiness talks to Abtrac's Edward O'Leary about how an effective time recording system can directly impact on a company's bottom line. 806
Trade centre gets extreme makeover. 400
Understanding our economy. Book review 153
Using social media to find new customers. Book review 154
Veda partnership to benefit SMEs online. 196
Why 2012 will be the year of the ultrabook. Brief article 263
Why you can't ignore social media: business owners can no longer turn a blind eye to the engagement power of social media. Linda Coles explains why it's such an important communication channel. Coles, Linda 622
Wireless printers in the workplace. Brief article 296

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