22 May 2020
So moving down the levels is really exciting and we have all done a great job of following the rules, most of the time. We now need to think about how we increase productivity in the short term while looking at the long term picture with things like Tourism. It was one of the pillars … Continue reading "Normal 2.0"
This month we finalised our three-year roadmap and 12-month work programme with Ministers Hon. Kris Faafoi, in his role as Minister of Government Digital Services, and the Hon. James Shaw, in his role as Minister of Statistics, agreeing the themes of our advice to the government.
15 May 2020
In keeping with the #weeknotes approach, we want to be transparent about our work. Plus, we are looking for input from people from all walks of life to inform our advice to the New Zealand Government on harnessing the potential of digital and data to make Aotearoa New Zealand a great place for all.
05 May 2020
If we have learned anything from Covid-19 so far, we have learned the importance of having access to the best possible evidence and advice so our leaders can act quickly and with the interests of all New Zealanders in mind
29 April 2020
24 April 2020
I am going to try not to mention the obvious but we are effectively living in the time of war. War against an unfamiliar enemy that is wreaking havoc on our normal lives and wellbeing. With this weekend commemorating ANZAC day it is a timely reminder that great sacrifices have been made and battles fought … Continue reading "Looking forward, to change and opportunity"
COVID-19 really has brought the world to its knees however one thing is for sure the way we work will change forever and I believe for the better.
20 March 2020
A leading New Zealand fintech experts says the coronavirus is significantly affecting the Kiwi financial sector and the economy.
17 March 2020
As the COVID-19 outbreak spreads into its third month, the virus is covering much of the world and things could get worse.
05 March 2020
Well it continues to be a busy start to the year with lots of discussion around General Elections, Brexit, Trade Wars, slowing down of the Global economy and clearly the CoronaVirus.
28 February 2020