Episode 44: Chris Hacker


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(1.22)We check out the week on the markets with Jeremy Sullivan from Hamilton Hindin Greene. (4.18)Business commentator Bernard Hickey joins Andrew Patterson for the final time to share his SWOT analysis on the new Trump administration. (10.38)Staying in the US, NZ Institute of Economic Research Deputy CEO John Ballingall discusses the findings of a new report released by NZIER this week which suggests Donald Trump’s plan to impose a 20% tariff on goods from Mexico is economically flawed. (17.17)We hear from Yoseph Ayele about the new Edmund Hilary scholarships designed to attract more high value entrepreneurs to NZ. (25.05)Andrew's feature guest this week is Chris Hacker, Professor in Graphic Design at Art Center College of Design in Los Angeles. They discuss the growing interest in design and creativity in business, particularly the increasing popularity of design thinking, and we examine his four principles for embedding a design culture within business organisations. To subscribe: https://www.nbr.co.nz/sunday-business

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