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Using statistics for informed decision-making to improve your bottom line

This presentation illustrates how businesses can use our statistics to make informed decisions about business capability, measurement and analysis, and customer and market focus.

The accompanying speech notes expand on the themes of how we tell the story of New Zealand through statistics that are relevant, accessible, and trustworthy.

Citation: Bascand, G (2012, December). Using statistics for informed decision-making to improve your bottom line. Presentation to World Business Capability Congress 2012, University of Auckland Business School, Auckland, New Zealand.

 

Planning for the future: Structural change in New Zealand’s population, labour force, and productivity

Planning for the future: Structural change in New Zealand’s population, labour force, and productivity gives an overview of the demographic projections at the heart of fiscal sustainability. This includes projections of the population and labour force. The paper also discusses some perspectives on growth and productivity in the context of ageing and fiscal sustainability.

You can read the presentation here.

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