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30 Aug 2017

This report is part of the Policy Project (PP) people capability workstream, agreed by the Head of Policy Profession (HoPP) Board in 2016. The Board commissioned the PP team to:

support agencies to use the policy improvement frameworks, including the Policy Skills Framework (PSF) examine...
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7 Jul 2017

This guidance document provides advice and a framework for New Zealand policy practitioners to make the best start in policy projects. Start Right is also known as policy commissioning, policy initiation and project management for policy development. Start Right is a lightweight approach to...

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Policy report

29 Jun 2017

This is a summary of a workshop on how to use open data for policy design. It was facilitated by Ellen Broad (Associate – Policy, Open Data Institute), and supported by the Department of Internal Affairs, who administer the open data platform (data.govt.nz), and the Policy Project. The intent of...

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26 Jun 2017

The Ministry of Social Development (MSD) hosted a workshop on citizen-centred policy, which was facilitated by MSD staff. Parts of it were delivered by staff from the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE).

The workshop was open to all Policy teams across MSD and the...

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21 Jun 2017

Superu and the Victoria University School of Government (SoG) hosted a roundtable for senior officials and experts with Dr Sarah Morton (Co-Director for the Centre for Research on Families in Edinburgh, and a Director of What Works Scotland). Andrew Kibblewhite, as Head of the Policy Profession...

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1 May 2017

The Policy Project hosted a roundtable for senior officials with experts on co-production in government, Professor Tony Bovaird (Emeritus Professor at the University of Birmingham) and Dr Elke Loeffler (Chief Executive of the nonprofit Governance International).

The session was designed...

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Guide

15 Feb 2017

This tool has been designed to help policy practitioners articulate their policy skills profile. It can be used:

When applying for jobs To support conversations with your manager (or others) about your development and training needs and your policy career progression

Templates are...

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15 Feb 2017

This tool has been designed for policy managers in the New Zealand public service.

It can be used for:

Planning: periodically diagnosing the skills make-up of your team and assessing any gaps and overlaps. Recruitment: as a reference menu to construct policy roles (recruit to...
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Research report

31 Jan 2017

The Policy Project collaborated with the Government Economics Network (GEN) committee to facilitate workshops following the 2016 GEN conference on ‘People and Policy – how to make better and smarter policies through behavioural insights, design thinking and better use of data’.

This...

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31 Dec 2016

This paper tells the story of the New Zealand Ministry for Culture and Heritage’s efforts to improve policy quality and capability. The purpose of the paper is to outline the key elements that have underscored MCH’s success as a top performing policy shop. There is no single formula for this, so...

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Research report

30 Aug 2017

This report is part of the Policy Project (PP) people capability workstream, agreed by the Head of Policy Profession (HoPP) Board in 2016. The Board commissioned the PP team to:

support agencies to use the policy improvement frameworks, including the Policy Skills Framework (PSF) examine...
Share
Geographic Coverage: 
Broad Subject Area(s): 

Slides

7 Jul 2017

This guidance document provides advice and a framework for New Zealand policy practitioners to make the best start in policy projects. Start Right is also known as policy commissioning, policy initiation and project management for policy development. Start Right is a lightweight approach to...

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Geographic Coverage: 
Broad Subject Area(s): 

Policy report

29 Jun 2017

This is a summary of a workshop on how to use open data for policy design. It was facilitated by Ellen Broad (Associate – Policy, Open Data Institute), and supported by the Department of Internal Affairs, who administer the open data platform (data.govt.nz), and the Policy Project. The intent of...

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Slides

26 Jun 2017

The Ministry of Social Development (MSD) hosted a workshop on citizen-centred policy, which was facilitated by MSD staff. Parts of it were delivered by staff from the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE).

The workshop was open to all Policy teams across MSD and the...

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Broad Subject Area(s): 

Report

21 Jun 2017

Superu and the Victoria University School of Government (SoG) hosted a roundtable for senior officials and experts with Dr Sarah Morton (Co-Director for the Centre for Research on Families in Edinburgh, and a Director of What Works Scotland). Andrew Kibblewhite, as Head of the Policy Profession...

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Slides

1 May 2017

The Policy Project hosted a roundtable for senior officials with experts on co-production in government, Professor Tony Bovaird (Emeritus Professor at the University of Birmingham) and Dr Elke Loeffler (Chief Executive of the nonprofit Governance International).

The session was designed...

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Geographic Coverage: 

Guide

15 Feb 2017

This tool has been designed to help policy practitioners articulate their policy skills profile. It can be used:

When applying for jobs To support conversations with your manager (or others) about your development and training needs and your policy career progression

Templates are...

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Geographic Coverage: 
Broad Subject Area(s): 

Guide

15 Feb 2017

This tool has been designed for policy managers in the New Zealand public service.

It can be used for:

Planning: periodically diagnosing the skills make-up of your team and assessing any gaps and overlaps. Recruitment: as a reference menu to construct policy roles (recruit to...
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Geographic Coverage: 
Broad Subject Area(s): 

Research report

31 Jan 2017

The Policy Project collaborated with the Government Economics Network (GEN) committee to facilitate workshops following the 2016 GEN conference on ‘People and Policy – how to make better and smarter policies through behavioural insights, design thinking and better use of data’.

This...

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Research report

22 Aug 2016

This framework is one of three developed by the Policy Project in collaboration with the New Zealand policy community. The delivery of high quality responsive policy advice requires an ongoing supply of policy professionals with a common set of transferable core knowledge, policy skills and...

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