Welcome to 2020. We are raring to go, and have important events coming up, articles to share and ideas to debate. We are also working hard on extending our reach into Auckland and Christchurch.
Perhaps the most important event since our last e-update was our submission on the Public Service Bill, which we lodged last week. We have made our submission available on our website here and we encourage you to read it and to talk with us about it. Enjoy this e-update. And please keep in touch with us and tell us your views. We can only meet our members’ needs when you tell us what you want to hear more about!
Let’s create positive change in 2020, learning and developing.
- 03 Feb 2020
Kia ora koutou
This is our last e-update before Christmas. So it comes with my very best wishes for your Christmas break. Another very busy year for you all.
You will have got my note about the State Sector legislation – we would be pleased to hear any views that you would like us to consider putting into our submission. The timeframe is extremely short for the 31st January submission deadline. But please do contact us if you can.
- 03 Dec 2019
Kia ora koutou We are feeling a bit overwhelmed, but in a very positive way! We were so pleased to get a record number of applicants for our board positions, focussing this time on extending the diversity on our board. And we are delighted to be getting more positive comments on our communications on social media and our e-update. It is especially gratifying to hear from people in Auckland and Christchurch who do not get the ready access to the same number of events.
- 12 Nov 2019
Kia ora koutou This e-update speaks for itself – summaries, articles, brief videos, all of which talk about the subjects that you have told us interest you. I hope that you enjoy it and that you will find plenty here that is of interest and helpful to you. Shenagh Gleisner, Executive Director
- 22 Oct 2019
Nga mihi mahana ki a koutou. This e:update spans a wide range of issues of relevance to public sector professionals including, as examples, the potential impacts of public service reform, mental health in your workplace and Crown/Maori relationships. IPANZ aims to inform, inspire, challenge and celebrate public service professionals and we hope this update reflects that. Please keep in touch with us, tell us what you found useful and what other matters you want us to cover in future — you can drop me a line at Shenagh@ipanz.org.nz.
- 01 Oct 2019
The September E-Update - A cautionary tale of phishing!
Last week, someone in Australia sent out an email from IPANZ to 400 of our members, apparently about an RFP. It was a complete scam, our email was hacked. To all of you who received the message, I do apologise. We had moderately complex passwords set for our emails but even still, one password was compromised.
- 06 Sep 2019
By the time you get this I will be in the UK on my planned leave – and I will be back in early August. I have spent a busy and productive time in my first three weeks. I am very impressed by the creative thoughts, deep knowledge and enthusiasm of the many people I have met. Some new products and functions are being designed. Watch this space.
I wanted to draw your attention to our Public Sector Journal which is out now.
- 04 Jul 2019
Nga mihi ki a koutou katoa I am so pleased to be the new Executive Director, and, after my first week, I am impressed by the many creative ideas I am hearing about how to make IPANZ even better. In August I will be able to share with you some exciting prospects for IPANZ with a menu of ideas, activities and issues and fresh ways of engaging, to ensure that IPANZ is a strong voice, widely heard. I look forward to many more conversations with you all.
- 12 Jun 2019
In this e-newsletter we highlight articles featured in our April edition of the Public Sector Journal - Hon Grant Roberston outlines the government's wellbeing approach, and we explore issues shaping the future of work with Dr Jo Cribb, President of IPANZ, Roger Dennis, futurist and strategy consultant, and Dave Heatley, Principal Advisor at the New Zealand Productivity Commission. We also share some upcoming sector events which may be of interest.
- 01 May 2019
As we look towards New Zealand’s first “Wellbeing Budget” in 2019, in this article from the December Public Sector we ask, what do we mean by wellbeing and how might we measure it? And we profile Maudie Johnson-Hunter who takes out the IPANZ Public Administration Prize with Victoria University's School of Government.
- 29 Nov 2018
In this e-newsletter, we note IPANZ's submission to the State Services Act review; and share news and events for October - November.
- 18 Oct 2018
In this issue we tell you about the launch of the State Sector Act Reform consultation; encourage you to take a closer look at your online security for CyberSmart Week; and promote the IPANZ New Professionals Conference and the Auckland Women in the Public Sector summit.
- 07 Sep 2018
In this e-newsletter we announce the winners of the Deloitte IPANZ Public Sector Excellence Awards; link to a discussion paper on the Future Public Servant; and list events for August.
- 26 Jul 2018
In this e-newsletter IPANZ announces the Deloitte IPANZ Public Sector Excellence Awards 2018 gala event on 25 July; as well as latest news and events.
- 19 Jun 2018
To what extent can and should public servants expect their advice to ministers to remain confidential, ask Andrew Kibblewhite and Peter Boshier in a co-authored article in the May Policy Quarterly. This issue also provides news items about wellbeing, privacy, open government, regulation, cyber security etc. and coming events.
- 11 May 2018
In this issue we announce the Women in Public Sector Summit, to be held in Wellington on 2 May; the April Public Sector journal is online - looking at how we're getting our public sector ready for the future; and we list upcoming events for April/ May.
- 27 Mar 2018
In this e-newsletter, we share the Hon Grant Robertson's speech to IPANZ at the Beehive last week; remind you to nominate projects for the IPANZ Deloitte Public Sector Excellence Awards; and list some events of interest.
- 20 Feb 2018
In this issue: nominations open for the Deloitte IPANZ Public Sector Excellence Awards 2018; the December Public Sector is available to read; we congratulate the winner of the IPANZ School of Government prize; and list some events in early 2018.
- 07 Dec 2017
In this issue we ask: Do you understand New Zealand's Regulatory Streetscape? (and how to learn more); encourage your organisation to get involved in Cyber Smart Week (27 Nov - 1 Dec); and list events for November.
- 27 Oct 2017
In this issue we announce our seminar series on the Public Sector Excellence Award winners; link to the September Public Sector Journal which features Border Management; as well as News, Upcoming Events, and Past Events update
- 14 Sep 2017
In this e-newsletter we announce a new Effective Engagement with Māori workshop, highlight changes in our new website, and list events for August/ September.
- 11 Aug 2017
In this issue we announce the winners of the Deloitte IPANZ Public Sector Excellence Awards, and provide events of interest throughout July - August.
- 06 Jul 2017
IPANZ will have a greater presence in Auckland with the appointment of Philippa Miller Moore as our Auckland Manager. Plus we list events for May.
- 10 May 2017
In May, IPANZ has sought speakers from outside of core government to provide their insight on how we interact with the public.
- 30 Mar 2017