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New research which examined how organisations are evolving from a traditional office environment to a digital workplace reveals that gaining competitive advantage and improving business process are among the top goals of their digital transformation strategy. Continue →
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The government’s announcement of an $11 billion investment in infrastructure signals the need for recruiting more quality workers into the industry a leading training organisation advises – particularly women New Zealand’s infrastructure industry is already short of skilled staff, with a prediction of 25,000 more workers required to meet industry demand over the next three years. Continue →
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The government’s $11 billion infrastructure investment is a great opportunity to develop and train the workforce, industry leaders believe Civil Contractors New Zealand (CCNZ) President Brian Warren says that the sector has the capacity and availability to undertake the increased work that will result from the increased government investment. Continue →
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We live in an era of dramatic, improbable events that adversely affect the economy, the environment, the fate of household name companies and people’s welfare and health, observes software marketing professional Gordon McKeown  Or at least they seem improbable until they hurl themselves violently upon us from the shadows of our agreeable ignorance. Continue →
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Ten points make the most of conjoined tendering environments, according to Donna Smithies and Caroline Boot of specialist tender writing company Plan A The recent news that Downer EDI has acquired Hawkins Group is the latest in several mergers and acquisitions amongst civil contracting companies in the last few years. Continue →
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