Episode 63: Justine Munro


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(1:15)We review the week on the markets with Shane Solly from Harbour Asset Management. (7:27)NBR’s Grant Walker speaks to Massey University’s Andrew Colarik about a new bill set to go before the US Congress. The bill allows companies to respond aggressively to cyber attacks and the associated risks that would come with authorising such a move. (12:47)Andrew speaks to the co-founder of a new Auckland based start-up called 21C Skills Lab. Justine Munro is a director of Z Energy and one of a growing number of business leaders concerned at the lack of 21st Century Skills being focused on by schools and training organisations. The new business will not only offer a series of training programmes for both students and teachers, but also assessment systems to measure competencies across a range of areas including creativity, tenacity and problem solving. To subscribe: www.nbr.co.nz/sunday-business

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