Kōtui Kōrero - March 2022


Kōtui Kōrero - March 2022

Poutūterangi 22, 2022 | 2 min read

Kia ora koutou,

First, thank you to everyone who shared their views and time with Te Pūkenga during the proposed Operating Model engagement last year. The summary report, which includes an analysis of what was heard from you, is available on Te Pūkenga website.

Since last year’s engagement, and in response to your feedback, we have moved to managing the Operating Model work through four streams. This means that each can move at the required speed while staying connected. The workstreams cover:
  • Accelerating Enabling Functions: Developing and consulting on the functional models for enabling functions that would benefit from early implementation. These functions are:
    • Finance
    • Information Technology
    • People and Culture
    • Marketing and Communications
    • Legal and Risk
  • Delivery: Developing and consulting on the functional model for the functions that are not part of the Accelerating Enabling Functions workstream, for example Ako Networks.
  • Early Mover ITPs: Developing and testing an approach to folding some ITP subsidiaries into Te Pūkenga before the dissolution date of 31 December 2022.
  • WBL Integration: Continuing the work started in 2021 to manage the Transition of TITOs into WBL and Te Pūkenga
Work on the Operating Model is progressing at pace. We are shifting beyond the strategic focus of 2021 to the practical design and delivery phase of the Operating Model. This change means that we will be talking to people across the network to make sure we have the right information to make the right decisions.

Te Pūkenga Operating Model Programme team is planning the year ahead with a focus on delivery and engagement. We know there is a lot of interest and support for this project so will be sharing regular updates.

Ngā mihi,

Stephen Town
Chief Executive

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