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Our senior consultant Yannis Naumann assesses the Labour-New Zealand First-Green Party Government’s first Budget, delivered by Finance Minister Grant Robertson. The clue was in the branding really – white with just a sliver of red. At an aesthetic level, Budget 2018 certainly doesn’t suggest Labour were banking...

With Bill English confirming he’ll step down as leader of the National Party, our Senior Consultant (and unashamed G.O.T fan) Yannis Naumann ponders the forthcoming war for the role of Leader of the Opposition. “Are you afraid? Good, you should be. You’re in the Great Game...

Our Senior Consultant Yannis Naumann reflects on last night’s announcement that New Zealand will have a change in government and a new Prime Minister. Finally, New Zealand has a new government. Well, at least a sense of what it will look like. New Zealand First Leader Winston Peters...

With the election result not delivering a clear answer as to who will govern New Zealand, our Senior Consultant Yannis Naumann ponders what companies and organisations can do to prepare for a new government (whatever shape it is). Left or right? Red or Blue? Bill or...

Election year budgets can be tricky things to get right. Offer too much and voters will rebel against what might be seen as cynical vote-buying initiatives. Offer too little and you’re seen to be out of ideas and not in touch with what really matters...

On Sunday, Prime Minister Bill English revealed his Cabinet in a reshuffle that not only announced his line-up, but also his approach to change. English has stuck with the model that has served him best, incrementalism. He is a conservative after all – some change...