Now In Its Third Year. The Government Departments Examined!
With Trans Tasman’s inside expertise to put you in the picture, previous editions of NZ Government Briefing Report have been uncannily accurate with their predictions and forecasts… The 2012 Edition will be no different!
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- WHO are the people pulling the strings behind the big changes -Joyce, McCully, English — who else? Is this Joyce’s play for the BIG time?
- WHAT are the consequences of the current high churn rate among CEOs? Who will be the next to go?
- WHY has the Government embarked on such an ambitious programme of change? Is it really economics, Or is it driven by ideology?
- WHEN will the process of change come to an end? Is it a long term plan?
- WHERE will the State Sector changes lead and what will be the effect on the services these critical organisations are able to deliver to the public?
As the cost squeeze on the Government Departments continues, find where the pressure points are, and where the cracks are starting to show.
Publication date Friday 8th June 2012. All Reports will be send prior to this date via Box Priority or parcel Post. Price after this date will be $447 +GST per Report.
AN INDISPENSABLE GUIDE
The 2012 Edition includes:
- A précis of each Department including analysis over the past year looking at policy now and into the future Ease of comparison with other Departments
- Statistics for each Department including comparisons from 2003 to the present on staff numbers and budgets Ideal for reports, presentations, speeches
- A rundown of the key people and the way their personalities will shape the future direction of their Department(s) Know the ‘mindset’ of each Department, plus forward planning indicators
- A review of the overall performance of each Department, including the quality of service, ease of doing business, value for money and budgeting Quick references and insights
WHO WILL BE 2012 CEO & GOVT DEPT OF THE YEAR?
In a special section, a Board of Independent Advisers* will mark each Department’s performance across 5 key metrics:
- Performance of CEO
- Ease of doing business with the Department
- The budget performance and value for money of the Department
- The Department’s quality of service
- The overall performance of the Department.
*Names will be published in the Report
- Government Department CEO of the Year
- Government Department of the Year.