The Emerging Talent Network, along with our event partner Jasmax, are pleased to invite you to the final ET event of 2019 - Project Impact Workshop: Capturing Broader Outcomes for Infrastructure Projects. CONTEXTWith the NZ Government's recent update to its procurement guidelines and the development of the Construction Sector Accord, the spotlight is on the wider impact of projects in our country. The historic measurement of a project's success against a primary financial bottom-line is shifting towards a greater focus on the environmental, social and cultural outcomes for our projects. During this special ET workshop we will take a deeper look into major past, present and future NZ projects, to better understand the impact they have on communities and the well-being of those affected by them.
PROGRAMME The event will kick off with refreshments and a briefing from our expert panel including Clementine Baker (Social Impact Consultant - The Akina Foundation), Karen Mitchell (Infrastructure Transactions Unit - Treasury) and Anthony Ruakere (EY Tahi). Following the briefing you will be assigned to a team for this interactive session, with the aim of drawing on your team's diverse experience and skills to assess the wider impacts of some of New Zealand's largest infrastructure projects from a new lens. Each team will break off to brainstorm the range of impacts their project has had or will have from a local, regional and national perspective. Finally, each team will be asked to present their findings to our expert panel, joined by Infrastructure New Zealand Board Members Tracey Ryan and Ian Purdy, who will assist in the judging process. The winners will take home a Britomart Black Gift Card to the value of $300, redeemable at any listed Britomart hospitality venue.
The workshop and presentations will conclude with networking and refreshments. This event is proudly supported by Infrastructure New Zealand and Jasmax, and will be held at the Jasmax Studio, Parnell.
If you are interested in taking part please register below by Thursday, 28 November.
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