Research seminar: 'Relationality, ethical leadership and identity'
26 June 2017 | Starts on: 28 June 2017 02: 00 p.m.
All students and staff of Waikato Management School are invited to attend a research seminar on 28 July examining the nature of ethical and responsible leadership.
Research seminar: 'A research journey through time and space'
05 May 2017 | Starts on: 12 May 2017 01: 00 p.m.
Join us for a research seminar on 12 May with Professor Israr Qureshi, whose research is focused on sustainability and its positive impact on businesses and society.
Waikato Management School will host New Zealand’s first Tourism Monitoring Observatory, which reports to the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO).
Public talk: Food policy and governance
27 March 2017 | Starts on: 05 April 2017 01: 00 p.m.
The world is facing major challenges when it comes to sustainable food production. Join us on 5 April for an international research presentation on agri-food policy, in the context of environmental impacts, public health outcomes and social justice.
Professor of Economics John Gibson is behind a new set of international guidelines for measuring how many people regularly go hungry in developing countries.
Staff excellence recognised at WMS Dean's Awards
17 March 2017
Two outstanding staff from Waikato Management School were honoured at the annual Dean's Awards on 16 March.
Digital marketing lecturer Dr Roy Larke explains why Japan will be the global leader in e-commerce, and how New Zealand retailers can learn from their success. He was one of 50 global experts invited to speak at this year's CLSA Japan Forum in Tokyo.
What price for a clean, green environment?
04 March 2017 | Starts on: 22 March 2017 01: 00 p.m.
Dr Dan Marsh, senior lecturer in economics, will give a free public seminar about 'Natural capital and the value of nature' on 22 March.
New book reveals secrets of social media
01 March 2017
A Waikato academic hopes to demystify the 'dark art' of using social media for people working in the government sector.
New Zealand retailers urged to follow Japan's online success story
14 February 2017
Japan retailing and marketing expert Dr Roy Larke was one of the keynote speakers at this year's CLSA Japan Forum in Tokyo.
Copyright, Creativity and Self-Censorship
26 January 2017 | Starts on: 13 March 2017 03: 00 p.m.
Visiting scholar Professor Patricia Aufderheid, from American University, will give a presentation on her research into copyright law, and how it works in the creative sector.
How to grow your research impact: Advice from a visiting scholar
18 November 2016
Visiting Professor of Accounting James Guthrie, will give a seminar to Waikato Management School on 23 November on the topic of 'Innovations in scholarly communication: Growing your impact'.
The highs and lows of a life observing book-keepers
16 November 2016
Professor of Accounting Grant Samkin believes the accounting profession needs to become more open, and consider its public interest role in contributing to social justice and equity - rather than focusing on tax avoidance schemes for wealthy clients.
UK Brexit – implications for inward foreign direct investment
03 November 2016 | Starts on: 07 November 2016 02: 00 p.m.
Professor Richard Harris of Durham University will give a public talk on the likely economic impact of 'Brexit' - the UK's decision to leave the European Union. Who voted to leave, and what does it mean for the UK's future?
A stroll through history: Heroes and rogues of accounting
02 November 2016
Waikato accounting professor Grant Samkin will give his inaugural professorial lecture to the public on Tuesday 15 November. The title is ‘Moving beyond the green and purple: People I’ve known and places we're going."
Waikato academic seeks to rebrand the future of public relations
31 October 2016
Professor of management communication David McKie is striving to reform the negative image of public relations by asking the hard questions. He is the co-author of a groundbreaking new book, The Routledge Handbook of Critical Public Relations.
Waikato academic to lead nationwide review of MBA programmes
26 October 2016
Professor Mark Harcourt has been appointed to a national role to assess the quality of human resource management courses in New Zealand universities' MBA programmes.
Fieldays injected $430 million into NZ firms
18 October 2016
An economic report by Waikato Management School's Institute for Business Research found this year's Fieldays agricultural show generated $124.5 million in sales revenue for firms in the Waikato region, and helped to create 708 new jobs.
Tourism Management PhD student Jun Wen has won the prize for best paper at the 19th Waikato Management School Student Research Conference 2016.