The Future of Christchurch’s Business Analysts
What does the future hold for Christchurch’s Business Analysts? OCG’s Technology Recruitment Manager, Paul
O’Donovan, shares his insight into the changing role of a BA and what professionals need to do to stay relevant.
Don’t Let Trumpian Uncertainty Cloud New Zealand’s Opportunity
Despite a strong economy, have international events caused New Zealand’s businesses to become paralysed with uncertainty? OCG Senior Consultant, Michael Hurdle, provides his commentary on this potential issue.
The Elephant in the Room: Contracting or Consulting?
Contractor, Consultant or Permanent Employee? In today's resource constrained world, it's not an easy choice. But when getting it wrong can cause budget blowouts and an unhealthy reliance on costly engagements, what can the Public Sector do about it?
Improving the Time-To-Fill for the Public Sector
Improving time-to-fill is a real concern for the Public Sector. But when Hiring Managers are subjected to stringent processes, what can they do to avoid missing out on great talent and facing unexpected hiring costs?
The Changing Landscape of the Recruitment Sector
As a former GM of HR at one of New Zealand’s biggest banks, and now currently the GM for one of the country’s largest recruiters, I’ve been on both sides of the fence as both in-house and agency recruitment teams have adapted to market changes.
Fast Streaming Future Public Sector Leaders
In recent years the New Zealand public sector has experienced significant amounts of amalgamation, with ministries such as the Ministry of Primary Industries (MPI) and the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) being established to merge different ministries together under one banner. There are many reasons for this transformation, but its impact on talent has the potential to be significant by enabling greater freedom of movement across different areas of the organisation