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Invitation to comment
Report 17 – Building a Reporting Framework fit for Purpose [Draft]
From Monday, 1 October 2018
The Institute has almost completed a major piece of work on New Zealand’s reporting framework – the country’s information infrastructure. The framework operates under the surface but influences the way that decisions are made. We hope this report will add to the conversation about how to improve its function and refine its purpose. Mapping the existing framework has proved a complex and time-consuming exercise; for this reason we are seeking feedback before the final report is published later this year. We will publish the report in draft here on Monday 1 October, and would appreciate all feedback by Monday, 22 October 2018. This will give all interested parties an opportunity to provide operational and strategic feedback and review our findings and recommendations.
This is a follow-on from our work on the 2017 ReportingNZ Surveys, Working Paper 2018/01 – NZSX-listed company tables and other supporting publications, which are now available. For more information, visit the ReportingNZ website.
Latest Working Paper
Working Paper 2018/03 – Analysis of Climate Change Reporting in the Public and Private Sectors
The McGuinness Institute has recently undertaken an analysis of climate change reporting in the public and private sectors. The working paper is published here.
Newsletter: McGuinness Institute Annual Newsletter – Issue 19
Workshop booklet: WakaNZ Navigating with Foresight
Proposal: Proposal to MSD’s The Generator
Working Paper: Supporting Paper 2018/01 – Methodology for Working Paper 2018/01
Working Paper: Working Paper 2018/01 – NZSX-listed company tables
Survey: Survey Highlights: A summary of the 2017 Extended External Reporting Surveys
Survey: Survey Insights: An analysis of the 2017 Extended External Reporting Surveys
Think Piece 29
Latest Blog Post
On Tuesday 26 June, 15 Masters in policy and governance students from the University of Canterbury visited the Institute to talk to Wendy about her work in politics, governance and policy. Read more about the visit in our blog post.
‘History doesn’t repeat itself, but it does rhyme’ is a quote often attributed to Mark Twain, and best fits our intentions for the launch of our third edition of Nation Dates. The third edition contains 655 significant events that have shaped the nation of New Zealand. Copies of Nation Dates are available on our online store or at your local bookshop for $35.
As a result of our observation that foresight drives strategy, strategy requires reporting, and reporting shapes foresight, we have developed three interlinking policy projects: ForesightNZ, StrategyNZ and ReportingNZ.
These diverse topics represent areas where New Zealand has the potential to bring about meaningful change. How New Zealand responds to these issues will shape our public policy landscape for generations to come.