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12 Dec
Culture and Boards
Some of our staff from Parry Field recently attended an Institute of Directors seminar on the topic of culture and board. These are some key points that emerged that we thought were worth sharing: When it comes to culture, Board members will Read more...
20 Mar
Chatbots are the latest AI advancement law firms should look at
Our Senior Associate Steven Moe was recently quoted in this blog by Active Associate: Chatbots are the latest AI advancement law firms should look at By: Anatoly Khorozov Artificial Intelligence has grown a lot over the past few decades, Read more...
16 Jan
Rating your website and digital presence
We have come across a really useful tool recently created by the team at Digital Journey.  It’s an online assessment that is free and after answering questions about your website and digital profile will provide you with recommendations of areas Read more...
11 Jul
Zero to One review of key points in book
You can access a review of the key points from the Zero to One book by Peter Thiel here. In particular have a look at these four statements of what he has observed: It is better to risk boldness than triviality A bad plan is better than no Read more...
02 Jul
Facebook at 2 billion
It was interesting to see this post last week from Mark Zuckerberg: "As of this morning, the Facebook community is now officially 2 billion people! We're making progress connecting the world, and now let's bring the world closer Read more...
18 May
10 tips from Silicon Valley
We went to a seminar today put on by UCE at Greenhouse in Christchurch on the Future of Innovation.  Here is a short summary of what Bill Reichert from Garage Technology Ventures said about the top things learned over his career in Silicon Read more...
01 May
Disruptive food technologies
There was an interesting interview on the weekend NBR business show with agritech futurist Dr Rosie Bosworth. She had a warning about New Zealand being complacent regarding the food industry. In particular, that there could be disruption from new Read more...
10 Apr
Venture capitalist mindsets
There was an interesting little piece in the NBR the other day: "Silicon Valley doesn't care if you're a Kiwi".  The person interviewed in Silicon Valley (Edith Yeung) said that basically the people over there are so multinational and most likely Read more...
19 Feb
Canterbury rebuild “critical issues” update
This morning I attended a "critical issues" update at the Canterbury Employers Chamber of Commerce today where the Christchurch Mayor spoke. Lianne Dalziel had a number of observations that she shared about where things were at with the Canterbury Read more...
21 Dec
Start-ups and Shareholder Employees
You have a great idea.  On your own you cannot make it happen.  When you bring in employees to help make the idea work one of the ways to incentivise them (particularly in the lean years at the start) can be to offer them some shareholding Read more...
07 Nov
“Turning Innovation into Gold” event
Kris Morrison and Steven Moe recently attended a “Turning Innovation into Gold” event hosted at the Canterbury Employers Chamber of Commerce.  There were a range of interesting speakers and topics covered.  The top 3 insights we heard Read more...
19 Sep
Reflections on Canterbury Tech 2016: Disruption and Lawyers
It was great to participate in the Canterbury Tech Summit this year.  The overarching theme was about disruption and how it will impact work in the future.  We had a booth and had a good flow of people visiting and chatting about this topic Read more...
13 Sep
An insider’s guide to hacking your service provider: How can disruption help you get more from your professional services firm
Kris Morrison and Steven Moe will be speaking at the Canterbury Tech Summit later this week on the following topic: An insider’s guide to hacking your service provider: How can disruption help you get more from your professional services Read more...
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