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At Cranleigh we come across a lot of great leaders and great companies.So what makes a great company - a great leader is a good start. As we might expect, “Companies with outstanding leadership teams …
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Cranleigh recently completed a project for the Auckland Council to develop the requirements for an Auckland Investment Office (“AIO”). The task was to design a small, but highly effective, Council cap…
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Liveable city

Feb 12, 2014
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As the debate over Auckland Council’s Unitary Plan continues it is to be hoped the discussion will edge the city towards a tipping point where issues that go with urbanisation are more apparent.If we …
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Gary Lo is Cranleigh’s newest analyst.He comes to the company from a background of financial modelling and operations planning processes.Fluent in English, Cantonese and Mandarin, Gary was responsible…
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From Radio New Zealand: Kim Hill's interview with Paul Bayly, Managing Director at Cranleigh, on the release of his new book: David Livingstone, Africa's Greatest Explorer.http://www.radionz.co.nz/nat…
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http://www.stuff.co.nz/business/9679315/London-launch-for-Livingstone-book Paul Bayly, the head of trans-Tasman consulting firm Cranleigh, heads to London this week for the launch of his book David…
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Kauri Runners Turn 10

Dec 20, 2013
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The Coromandel’s Great Cranleigh Kauri Run turned 10 on 30 November. This trail run across the Coromandel’s Central Divide is so much more than another great race in a great place. For every runner wh…
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From Radio New Zealand: Kim Hill's interview with Paul and Andrew Bayly, both Directors at Cranleigh, on their lives pursuing adventure in the mountains, on the ice and on recreated ships.
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