Tamaki Regeneration Company on co-design in practice
Date:18 November 2019, 6:00pm - 18 November 2019, 7:30pm
Institute of Public Administration New Zealand Human-Centred Design (HCD) is an approach to creating solutions for problems and opportunities through a focus on the needs, contexts, behaviours, and emotions of the people that the solutions will serve. Co-design takes this a step further, recognising the expertise of “users” and seeking to make them meaningful, active agents in the design process. This is far more than simply asking people what they want.
Our changing world
Date:27 November 2019, 6:30pm - 27 November 2019, 7:30pm
Wednesday 27 November | Distinguished Professor Paul Spoonley. Superdiverse Auckland: A new city emerges ***** Join us each month in Auckland to discover the latest insights from our leading thinkers in humanities and social sciences. Hear first-hand from Massey University scholars and explore with them unique and captivating perspectives to better understand modern-day challenges.
Mathematical Sciences Symposium
Date:21 November 2019, 9:00am - 22 November 2019, 6:00pm
AUT, The Mathematical Sciences Research Group, Department of Mathematical Sciences, School of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences, is hosting a symposium. Invited speakers The following invited speakers have been confirmed: Boris Choy, University of Sydney, Australia Simona Fabrizi, University of Auckland, New Zealand Rachel Fewster, University of Auckland, New Zealand Andreas W. Kempa-Liehr, University of Auckland, New Zealand Fabien Montiel, University of Otago, New Zealand Thomas Yee, University of Auckland, New Zealand See also Mathematical Sciences Research Group[https://www.
Localism in Action: Implementing Well-being Frameworks
Date:26 November 2019, 12:30pm - 26 November 2019, 1:30pm
Institute of Public Administration New Zealand The Well-being budget introduced by Grant Robertson is a new step for Central Government. However, at the Local Government level, thinking about well-being has been embedded for a long time. As with many of these concepts, implementing them, making them real for New Zealanders, is always the challenge.
Good data, technological innovations and their social implications in supply chains
Date:20 November 2019, 5:30pm - 20 November 2019, 8:00pm
We will discuss how NZ Supply Chain/Logistics are poor performers in terms of understanding the strategic importance of data quality and governance. Without a focus on this, a company’s ability to maximise the benefits of recent technological advances are hindered, tilting the advantage to local, regional and global competitors. We will also look at what business innovation is, and how it emerges.