Here's one Sideswipe missed.
It's in today's Herald business page.
"The biggest single issue in New Zealand's productivity is the failure to get smart independent advice, says Don Jaine, head of management consultancy Seqel. Many boards are full of accountants and lawyers who are not fit for the job, he argues. It is often not until death, illness or out of loneliness that business owners start looking for external help, he says."
Adolf wonders if Jesus Christ pays the bills for his clients' advice.
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