Episode 46: Gordon Poad


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(1:11)We check out the week on the markets with Grant Davies from Hamilton, Hindin Greene. (5:48)Andrew speaks to competition law expert Andy Glenie about the Commerce Commission’s pending decision regarding the proposed NZME and Fairfax merger. (10:06)We hear from newly appointed UK Director-General Trade and Investment, Australia and New Zealand Michael Ward about the implications for our trading relationship with Britain post Brexit. (14:54)And the feature guest this week is leading UK education consultant Gordon Poad. At a time when education is facing multiple challenges in the digital era, how is the sector innovating new approaches to teaching in a way that values skills more than knowledge and what applications might this approach also have for business? To subscribe: www.nbr.co.nz/sunday-business

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