Here's some legacy material from the early 2000s. Good summary of what was going on, with links to a variety of published material
The Otago Daily Times announces the election result, and covers the first council meeting
Sounding off in the Christchurch PRESS
Comment by the Mayor on the Council's draft annual plan for 2002/2003
Central Line columns
A series of articles on contemporary Central Otago topics and themes, written for the Lakes and Central Otago News, a weekly regional newspaper. Why aren't we marching on Wellington? Feeling Good. Brain Drain. Memorials. Wilding Pines. Undiscovered Otago. Waitangi Day. (We make our own) Good Fortune. Mitchells Cottage.
Mayors on bikes!
The Mayor being Mother
Being mayor is not all about meetings and media and opening things. It also involves everyday tasks ... like pouring tea and making conversation
Southland Times stories
Editorial on the Alexandra Blossom Festival
Speech notes - pretty much what I said
Unveiling Surveyor Thompson
Commissioning Alexandra's flood protection
Opening the 2002 AGM, Central Otago Federation of Country Womens Institute, Cromwell, 11 April 2002
Opening, Texel Sheep Breeders Conference
Golden Gate Lodge Cromwell May 15, 2002
Opening, Alexandra War Memorial Community Centre
and the Senior Citizens' Jordan Lounge. June 16, 2002
The Lost Ruby Mine, by Brian Jackson
A series of articles written for the newsletter of the New Zealand Organisation for Quality, on 'quality' and organisational performance themes: Quality is dead, long live quality. The dilemma of innovation, and the tyranny of 'best practice'. The knowing-doing gap. What happens next? Managing knowledge. Quality in education. What goes around comes around. Organisational learning. Management is dead. Customer loyalty. Quality healthcare. Navigating the white space. Killer quotas. Does it matter that women get paid less?
Award was a free email magazine on ... well, just about everything! But mainly about performance; of individuals and organisations, but traversing a lot of other byways. It began in Januray 2000, going out about monthly to a world-wide subscriber list of about 2,500 that included a cross-section of Fortune 500 companies, university professors, government departments, senior leaders and managers and others. The readership at peak probably exceeded 10,000 people. It was free. Samples here.
Was an email magazine dedicated to making better leaders, by providing provocative thinking about what it means to be a leader, and the tools, techniques and best-practices that drive leadership improvement. The 24 issues linked from the jump page were originally only available to paying subscribers. The series is 'parked', but may re-appear. Meanwhile, this is a useful resource for anyone with an interest in leadership. Click on the title for samples