Regional Workforce Plans
Otago Regional Workforce Plan 2023 Update
- He kōrero whakataki nā kā heamana takiru | Co-chairs foreword
- Te rautaki whakakau o ōtākou RSLG | Our strategic imperatives
- Kā tūmanako o ōtākou RSLG | Our workforce aspirations
- Wāhaka tuatahi : Titiro whakamuri, titiro whakamua | Chapter 1: Looking back, looking forward
- Wāhaka tuarua: Te huarahi ā-ariā hai tātari i kā tatau o te makete reipāa | Chapter 2: Thematic approach to regional labour market analysis
- Wāhaka tuatoru: Ōtākou RSLG he tukanga | Chapter 3: Otago RSLG 2023 actions
- Wāhaka tuawhā: He rarauka kōrero, tātari me kā whakakiteka | Chapter 4: Regional workforce data, analysis and insights
- Wāhaka tuarima: Tohutohu, pūroko me te aroturuki | Chapter 5: Advice, reporting and monitoring
- RSLG kupu tohutohu ki te amoraki mātauraka | RSLG advice to the Tertiary Education Commission
- Kā kupu whakamihi me kā mema o te RSLG | Acknowledgements and RSLG members
- Otago Regional Workforce Plan 2023 Update
Te rautaki whakakau o ōtākou RSLG | Our strategic imperatives
The Otago RSLG continues to utilise the kaponga – the Silver Tree Fern - to visually represent our mahi, and the strategic imperatives that guide it.
1. In the outermost frond
Te Tiriti – partnership in everything we do, a resource for us all to pull from.
2. In the next oldest frond
Kaitiakitanga – pervades all our work to protect and regenerate the workforce and ensure sustainability in the workforce. Its strength will allow us to focus on a region-wide perspective and contribute to strong, local, circular economies (whānau, community, and business).
3. In the second from youngest frond
The three sisters of Complexity, Change, and Innovation – recognising that the accelerating rate of complexity and change globally requires us all to engage innovatively.
4. In the innermost frond
That which is at the heart of what we seek to do, recognising that these two cannot be separated:
The dignity of all – individuals, whānau, community, our economic endeavours, and reciprocity between our workforce, community, and businesses
Resilience – in our communities, whānau, and businesses, in our environment, in our Hauora and Wairua.