• Vision & Purpose

    Vision & Purpose

    Refine and clarify our scope of business, iwi vision, purpose and core values. Create an organisation and develop capabilities that reflect our people and place in Te Hiku, Aotearoa, the world.
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As an Iwi we are engaged in working towards our 20/20 vision but over the next three years and within our new structure we need to further develop and instill our guiding values as we shape our strategies and future policies.

Our 20:20 Vision takes us to 2016 so part of the new structure builds on that vision but seeks to engage the next generation in our next 20 year vision.Policies based on our values will help our people no matter what age, marae or country, to personally relate to and translate the vision when they are making choices

on behalf of the Rungana.  This consistency of behaviour is what makes us who we

are, and builds on and integrates our past and future.

Work Task 3 Objective:

Within the structure of the PSGE refine and clarify our scope of

business, vision and purpose, and core values. Create an organisation and

develop capabilities that reflect our people and place in Te Hiku, Aotearoa, the

world.

Vision: 

“If we live as we ought, we shall knowthings as they are, and if we see things asthey are, we shall live as we ought”

“He iti Pioke no Rangaunu he Au tona”

This Vision is not new to the people of NgaiTakoto; and it is built on our affinity with the Pioke and all that it stands for. The Vision is aspiring and a challenge to the iwi to grow and develop each as individuals but knowing that our strength and success comes from working together. Together we can swim against the current or with the waves to create our own future.

Underlying the statement are a number of route concepts that we believe are encapsulated in this vision and will help it come to life for the future success of NgaiTakoto. The foundational philosophy (from Reverend Maori Marsden) is the final challenge in our vision to walk the talk, and live who we are.

Route Concepts

Vision & Values Paper 2014

NgaiTakoto youth hui 2014

 

Purpose:

To realise our tribes aspirations our PSGE will have both a commercial and charitable arm, as detailed in Part 2.0, this structure should allow for some ‘heart and head’ in our decision making and influence over our future plans. It is important we get the balance right and will be working with our members and external advice to keep our vision in our grasp.

“Our people have a legitimate right to an environment that is adequate for their healthy living and wellbeing, the objective for any Authority that has anything to do with our environments, and its resources, is to ensure that the management of such, meets the needs of our NgaiTakoto people today, without compromising the heritage of our future NgaiTakoto generations as to their needs tomorrow…”

“Te Runanga o NgaiTakoto is an organisation of credibility that strives and drives, success and opportunity for the wellbeing of its people”

Route Concepts

NgaiTakoto Values

 

Crown Policies:

The development of our PSE must also comply with Crown policies, including

the three core principles that have been raised as the key for our people and will

built into the structure of our NgatiTakoto Runanga (PSGE)

  • Accountability
  • Transparency
  • Representation

Our Values:

Te Runanga O NgaiTakoto Iwi Values as outlined in our 20/20 Vision are detailed below:

 

Value

Description

Independence

An independent, political, economic and industrial organisation of members in which the organsiation’s operations consistently reflects our values and strategies

Democratic leadership

Democratic leadership processes, systems and forums that are; Participative, Inclusive, Transparent, Disciplined and Focused to achieving our strategy

Credibility

Being credible because we willl consistently be required to deliver the outcomes of our values and strategies to our people in a well organised, efficient and coherent manner.

Integrity

Having organizational integrity because we are to be trustworthy and have an open and honest relationship with our people, within our own organisation and with others, at all levels

Communication

Having a communication that demonstrates Creativity, Clarity, Diversity and Motivates participation from all members and others to achieving our strategies

Change

Therefore we seek to create an environment that encourages cooperation and effects change, An environment which also maximises individual personal development (investment) and in turn contributes to the development of the tribe as a whole.