100 Māori Leaders
Te Rau Matatini has launched 100 Māori Leaders. Journey through the words of achievement, perseverance and hard work that have been prepared for each leader to showcase the width and breadth of those leaders of today who influence and contribute to Māori health and wellbeing. 100 Māori Leaders aims to inspire the Māori health workforce, our communities, our whānau and rangatahi to generate a passion so they may aspire to careers in health, working with Māori, for whānau. Visit 100 Māori Leaders to experience the positive realisation of Māori health leadership today, and into the future. Be inspired. Aspire.
NZ firms could learn from Māori business approach
A new report has found kaitiakitanga is at the centre of the way Māori do business. Associate professor... Chellie Spiller said quadruple bottom lines focused on social, environmental, economic and cultural bottom lines in separation from each other. "A kaitiakitanga approach looks at all of those in interwoven relationships." Mrs Spiller said it's an exciting time for Māori organisations as they re-imagine what their businesses look like moving into the future "I think there's a general sense of confidence amongst Māori business about managing the tensions between kaitiakitanga on one hand and being commercially viable on the other."
Read the full article here: http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/te-manu-korihi/343039/nz-firms-could-learn-from-maori-business-approach-kpmg
What it takes to be a global CEO
Dr Spiller says New Zealand is at the forefront of diversity and cultural heritage. “Maori values have a lot to teach us about relationships. The wisdom contained in Maori values developed over the aeons in relationship to the world around us, help us create relational trust and wellbeing... where creating a culture of belonging is at the heart of diversity, inclusion and intercultural awareness,”
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Radio NZ Interview with Wallace Chapman
The segment about the book starts at 22:29 http://www.maoritelevision.com/…/sh…/te-kaea/S12E349/te-kaea
Chellie Spiller on Rethink TV discussing the Maori Economy
Indigenous values new business spur
Dr Chellie Spiller, Associate Dean of Māori and Pacific at the University of Auckland Business School and whose iwi is Ngati Kahungunu, says indigenous graduates want to use their business and indigenous knowledge in the work place. "They are set to make large contributions to indigenous, New Zealand and global economies, at the same time re-shaping what it means to be successful in business; it's really exciting to see."
How ancient wisdom can improve the workplace
UABS Insights, Universty of Auckland, August 2015
by Vaughan Yarwood
Ancient wisdom helps Maori students navigate business
Financial Times of London
May 13, 2015 by Conrad Heine
Not far from the sparkling Waitemata harbour sits the University of Auckland Business School, where sharp modern lines contrast with the carved portals of the university’s marae (meeting house). Chellie Spiller, the New Zealand school’s associate dean for Maori and Pacific, evokes the journey of the waka, the Maori oceangoing canoe, to explain the values taught on Auckland’s postgraduate diploma in business in Maori development. Read more at: http://www.ft.com/cms/s/2/25a97048-f7cc-11e4-8bd5-00144feab7de.html#ixzz3gyexb2e6
Leading for the Future
Uninews, Universty of Auckland, March 2014