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StrategyNZ: Mapping our Future presentation: World Future Society Conference, Vancouver 2011

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This presentation covers the StrategyNZ: Mapping our Future event hosted by the Sustainable Future Institute in March 2011 in Wellington.

This presentation was delivered by Wendy McGuinness, Dr Peter Bishop, Rory Sarten and Jess Prendergast at the World Future Society Conference in Vancouver 2011.

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StrategyNZ: Mapping our Future presentation: World Future Society Conference, Vancouver 2011

  1. 1. StrategyNZ: Mapping our Future<br />Introduction<br />Overview <br /><ul><li>Global Context - Peter Bishop </li></ul>StrategyNZ: Mapping our Future<br /><ul><li>The Purpose and Process - Wendy McGuinness
  2. 2. Members of Parliament - Jessica Prendergast
  3. 3. The Communication Strategy - Rory Sarten</li></ul>3. Discussion<br />
  4. 4. Global Context - Peter Bishop <br />
  5. 5. The Sustainable Future Institutewww.sustainablefuture.info<br />A non-partisan think tank working for the public good, contributing strategic foresight through evidence-based research and policy analysis.<br />
  6. 6. Project 2058<br />The main work programme of Project 2058 is divided into three parts:<br />Part 1: Research<br />provides the groundwork<br />Part 2: Scenarios <br />explores the future<br />Part 3: Strategy <br />proposes a strategic direction<br />
  7. 7. StrategyNZ: Mapping our Future<br />Pre-Workshop<br /> Nation Dates (Book)<br /> Workbook (Report 12)<br /> Future Studies Course (Dr Peter Bishop)<br />Workshop<br />Part 1 – Setting the global context<br />Part 2 – Where New Zealand is today<br />Part 3 – Preparing strategy maps<br />Part 4 – Presenting and judging strategy maps<br />Part 5 – Three workstreams<br />Part 6 – Presentations <br /> to Members of Parliament <br />Post-WorkshopStrategy Map (Report 13)<br /> Feedback (Working paper)<br /> Reflections by Participants (e-book)<br />
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  9. 9. Global Disasters <br />By casualties<br />Largest and most recent<br />
  10. 10. Intelligent Countries<br />
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  12. 12. Group Exercise<br />
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  20. 20. Legislative Council Chamber<br />Presentations to Members of Parliament and opportunity to hear their responses<br />
  21. 21. The Legislative Council Chamber <br /><ul><li>New Zealand's Upper House met from 1865 to 1951
  22. 22. Second debating chamber - New Zealand equivalent of the British House of Lords
  23. 23. Now used for formal occasions, in particular for the state opening of Parliament</li></li></ul><li>Communicating our Messagewww.StrategyNZ.info<br />
  24. 24. The Designers<br />
  25. 25. Moving from Vision to Action<br />If time is an asset, <br />those younger than us today may have more future, <br />but those today that turn vision into action <br />definitely have more leverage.<br />A change of 1 degree in direction now will demand less change for future generations. <br />Thank you<br />
  26. 26. StrategyNZ: Mapping our Future<br />Pre-Workshop<br /> Nation Dates (Book)<br /> Workbook (Report 12)<br /> Future Studies Course (Peter Bishop)<br />Workshop<br />Part 1 – Setting the global context<br />Part 2 – Where New Zealand is today<br />Part 3 – Preparing strategy maps<br />Part 4 – Presenting and judging strategy maps<br />Part 5 – Three workstreams<br />Part 6 – Presentations <br /> to Members of Parliament <br />Post-WorkshopStrategy Map (Report 13)<br /> Feedback (Working paper)<br /> Reflections by Participants (e-book)<br />

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