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2018 DSI Symposium
Draft Programme

The Hub, Otago Polytechnic, Ōtepoti / Dunedin

Day 1 - Wednesday 10th October

Kaupapa / Agenda

  • What is the current state of co-design practice in New Zealand and Australia?
  • What infrastructure do we (as practitioners) need to support better/good enough practice

9.00am Registrations Open

The Hub, Otago Polytechnic

Forth St, North Dunedin

Barista coffee and tea available on arrival

10.00am Session 1: Mihi Maioha / Welcome and grounding

A formal welcome to place.

10.30am Session 2: Whakawhanaungatanga / Who are we? Where have we come from?

The Hub

Meeting our MC's and each other - connecting with people, place, and purpose.

  • Anna Brown (Massey University)
  • Gareth Parry (PwC)
Introducing the "Lab" - a space to contribute, learn, and visualise our collective insights.
  • D'Arcy Dalzell (ThinkPlace)
  • Mondy Jera (ThinkPlace)

11.30am Session 3: Korero! / What is our content?

The Hub

Our first speakers strike a 'key note' for our time together.

  • Eruera Prendergast-Tarena Ngāi Tahu (Te Tapuae O Rehua) - "Indigenous Social Innovation"
  • Adithi Pandit (Deliotte) - "Beyond Design Thinking"
Tautoko! - questions and contribution from the group

12.30pm Kai / Lunchtime Table Topics
Cafe / The Hub

  • Reflections on the morning
  • Connecting with others
  • Sharing your practice

2.00pm Session 4: Pouwhenua / What is the local context?

The Hub

A panel discussion with local practitioners and innovative community projects.

  • Donna Matahaere-Atariki (Te Kaika)
  • Hoani Langsbury (Royal Albatros Centre)
  • Anna Parker (Community Builders Network)
  • Machiko Niimi (Yellow Eyed Penguin Trust)
  • Caro McCaw (Otago Polytechnic)

3.00pm Afternoon break

3.30pm Session 5: Ako / Learning and teaching

The Hub

A dynamic and interactive session where we have the chance to learn practical skills and techniques from experienced practitioners.

  • Sandar Duckworth (Litmus) - 'Clickety Click' two enabling techniques that tug at the heart, collage and cartoons.
  • Chris Jansen and Pete Cammock (Leadership Lab) - 'Showing Up Differently' shifting from transactional to collaborative processes
  • Fiona Clements (Senorita AweSUMO) - 'Handle the Fabric' connecting through textiles
  • Machiko Niimi (Otago Polytechnic) - 'Stakeholder Mapping' process
  • Paula Airth (Western Washington University) - 'Role Playing' to access to vulnerability and curiosity
  • Billy Matheson (EXP) - A nice simple 'Theory of Change' tool anyone can use

5.00pm Session 6: Titiro ki muri / Looking back

The Hub

Some reflections on our first day together.
 

Update from the Lab:

  • D'Arcy Dalzell (ThinkPlace)
  • Mondy Jera (ThinkPlace)
Keynote Listener:
  • Noel Brown (DNA)

6.00pm Manaaki / Symposium Dinner

Harbour Terrace

A shared meal together at Otago Polytechnic's Food Design Institute restaurant which is aptly named "Manaaki".

Day 2 - Thursday 11th October

Kaupapa / Agenda

  • What happens when your 'client' is not a person?
  • What does genuine partnership actually mean in practice?

8.00am Haere Mai! / Arrival and registrations

"The Hub"

Forth St

North Dunedin

9.00am Session 7: Tīmata anō / Beginning again

The Hub

A chance to reconnect with purpose, each other, and ourselves.

  • Anna Brown (Massey University)
  • Gareth Parry (PwC)

Update from the Lab:

  • D'Arcy Dalzell (ThinkPlace)
  • Mondy Jera (ThinkPlace)

9.30am Session 8: Korero! / Pushing Boundaries?

The Hub

Striking a 'key note' for our second day together.

  • Gael Surgenor (Auckland Council) - "Taking place based social innovation seriously"
  • Ingrid Burkett (TACSI) - "The next wave - challenges and opportunities"
Tautoko! - questions and contribution from the group

10.30am Morning break

11.00am Session 9: Hohonu pupuhi / Deep dives

The Hub and nearby classrooms

Longer duration workshop sessions that take an depth look at a project or way of working.

  • Kelly Ann McKercher (TACSI) - "Insights from the Australian context"
  • Eva Riddel Ngati Porou, Maraea Teepa Ngāi Tūhoe (Oi, Oranga Tamariki) - "Re-Indigenising Design"
  • Tania Anderson (Victoria University) - "Intersectional Social Innovation in Aotearoa"

12.30pm Kai / Lunchtime Table Topics

Cafe / The Hub

  • Reflections on the morning
  • Meeting new people
  • Deepening the conversation

2.00pm Session 10: Ka puta mai / Emerging themes

The Hub

A panel discussion with senior practitioners about navigating into the future.

  • Gael Surgenor (Auckland Council)
  • Kelly Ann McKercher (TACSI)
  • Rangimarie Mules Ngāi Tahu (Oi)
  • Caro McCaw (Otago Polytechnic)

3.00pm Afternoon break

3.30pm Session 11: Haere Ra! / Farewell

The Hub

A process of collective synthesis and completion.

Reporting back from the Lab:

  • D'Arcy Dalzell (ThinkPlace)
  • Mondy Jera (ThinkPlace)

Keynote Listener:

  • Ingrid Burkett (TACSI)
Invitation to contribution:
  • Billy Matheson (EXP)
Closing comments from our MC's:
  • Anna Brown (Massey University)
  • Gareth Parry (PwC)

4.00pm Session 12: Poroporaaki/Farewell

A simple 'check out' round (everyone gets to participate!)

5.00pm Kua mutu / It is finished!

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