Join Pro-Vice-Chancellor and Dean of Wellington School of Business and Government Professor Ian Williamson, the President of IPANZ (Institute of Public Administration New Zealand), and other invited guests for breakfast and a panel discussion with four local experts in the area of diversity and inclusion.
- 27 February 2020
Intelligence and the activities of Intelligence and Security agencies are often featured in popular culture and are shrouded in mystique. But what is intelligence, and how do intelligence and security agencies really work?
- 03 March 2020
Whatever agency you look at, in the private, public and NGO sectors you will know that the internal culture is strongly shaped by the vision, the values, purpose and operating environment of each one. The context, the environment, in which they exist powerfully influences their culture. Over 2020 IPANZ wishes to explore the organisational culture of the public service.
- 25 March 2020
The nature of the work of Government departments means they must always be subject to scrutiny. External reviews are often a response to a serious event or crisis. They are a vital opportunity to improve practice and essential to build high levels of trust for government in New Zealand.
The focus of this IPANZ session is to explore how the leaders of public sector departments prepare for, co-operate, assist with and respond to external reviews to develop better ways of working.
- 08 April 2020
This workshop is fully booked - please note we are also running this workshop in October of this year. Contact our Event Manager, Fiona McDonald at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questionsThis introductory workshop is designed for public servants who want to build their knowledge and confidence for working in partnership with Māori.
- 22 July 2020
This introductory workshop is designed for public servants who want to build their knowledge and confidence for working in partnership with Māori.
- 21 October 2020