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2017 DSI Symposium
Programme

Thursday 20th and Friday 21st April, 2017

Waitakiri Primary School

Ōtautahi Christchurch

Day 1 - Thursday 20th April

Kaupapa:

  • Working at the Intersection of Sectors, Cultures, and Values
  • Finding Common Ground

8.00am Arrival and registrations

Waitakiri Primary School

170 Burwood Rd, Burwood

Ōtautahi Christchurch

Barista and coffee available

9.00am Session 1: “Mihi Whakatau and Welcome”

Entrance Area

  • Dr Eruera Tarena (Te Tapuae o Rehua)
  • Woody the caretaker

9.30am Session 2: “Who are We?”

Burwood Studio

  • Billy Matheson (Enspiral) - Meeting each other and connecting with purpose
  • Donagh Horgan (Innovate Dublin and University of Strathclyde) - “Ecosystem Mapping”

10.30am Morning break

11.00am Session 3: “ What is Our Context?”

Burwood Studio

Striking a Note for Day 1:

  • Kelly Ann Cunningham (InnovateChange) - “Across the Pacific and Beyond”
  • Mike Fisher (Urbantactitians) - "Community Led Citymaking"

12.00pm Lunchtime Table Topics

1.30pm Session 4: “What’s Possible Here?”

Burwood Studio

  • Reflections on the morning

2.00pm Rocket Talks

  • Gareth Parry (PwC) - “Empathy Engine”
  • Camia Young (OHU Development) - "Community Led Property Development"
  • Jason Pemberton (Ākina Foundation) - “Social Enterprise World Forum”
  • Claire Phillips (Christchurch City Council) - “Exploring Strategic Opportunities”
  • Chris Mene (Regenerate Christchurch) - "Red Zone Regeneration"

3.00pm Afternoon break

3.30pm Session 5: “Partnership In Action”

Burwood Studio

  • Chris Jansen (Leadership Lab) - ”Co-design in Local  Ecosystems”

Partnership Panel: Grow Waitaha

  • Liz Brown (Mātauraka Mahaanui, Ngai Tahu)
  • Simon Blatchford (Ministry of Education Renewal Team)
  • Cheryl Doig (Leadership Lab/Think Beyond)
  • Anna Brown (Toi Aria/Massey University)

Key Note Listener:

  • Ann Brown (University of Canterbury)

5.00pm Session 6: “Social Time”

Courtyard Area

  • Live Music - Seta Timo

  • BBQ - Waitakiri Primary School PTA

  • Drinks - Beer, Wine, Juice, Water

Day 2: Friday 21st April

Kaupapa:

  • Seeing the Common Agenda
  • And then what happens?

8.00am Arrival and registrations

Burwood Studio

9.00am Session 7: “Welcome Back”

Burwood Studio

  • Billy Matheson (Enspiral) - Welcome back, Housekeeping, and Mindfulness

9.30am Session 8: “Where to from here?”

Striking a Note for Day 1:

  • Donagh Horgan (Innovate Dublin and University of Strathclyde) - “Future Gov”
  • Eruera Tarena (Te Tapuae o Rehua) - "Wayfinding and Navigating Complexity"

10.30am Morning break

11.00am Session 9: “Workshops and Presentations”

Burwood Studio, CHOICE Room, Staff Room

  • Kelly Ann Cunningham (InnovateChange) - “Across the Pacific and Beyond”
  • Sally Duckworth (Litmus) - “Practical Facilitation Skills”
  • Sho Isogai (Japanese Interagency Group), Honey Rasalan (Migrant Action Trust), Togashi Fumio (The Spreading Tree), Charlie Tang (Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand), Duke Yamamoto (Connect JPNZ). - “Japanese-Community Activation Project (J-CAP)”

  • Rhi Munro (Auckland Libraries) and Mark Buntzen (The Distillery) - “Libraries Incubator Project
  • Mike Fisher (Urbantactics) and Hugh Nicholson (Regenerate Christchurch) - “Co-creating and Co-designing in Local Government”

12.00pm Lunchtime Table Topics

1.30pm Session 10: “Design Surgeries”

Burwood Studio, CHOICE Room, Staff Room

  • Adithi Pandit (Deloitte) - “Design Thinking and System Level Change
  • Billy Matheson (Enspiral) - "Aotearoa New Zealand Data Commons Project"
  • Mystery Surgery Session - TBC

3.00pm Afternoon break

3.30pm Session 11: “Completion”

Burwood Studio

  • Report back from the Ecosystem Mapping Project - Donagh Horgan (Innovate Dublin and University of Strathclyde)
  • Keynote Listeners - Chris Jansen (Leadership Lab) and Penny Hagan (Lifehack)
  • Invitation to Ongoing Participation - Billy Matheson (Enspiral)

4.00pm Session 12: “Poroporoaki”

Burwood Studio

  • Closing Circle - everyone!
     

5.30pm Finish

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