Wednesday, 25 February 2009

QUESTION FOR TODAY

Kia Ora te Whanui o Ngai Tahu

This is an entry on the Hillary Institute website -

Can anyone spot the bovine tutae?




ABOUT INSTITUTE BOARD & PRINCIPALS

NZ Board:

Anake Goodall

Anake Goodall is of Ngāi Tahu (indigenous Māori) descent and is currently the COO of Te Runanga O Ngai Tahu, the organisation that services the tribe’s statutory rights and ensures that the benefits of the Settlement grow for future generations. He has diverse management experience from careers as a labour union delegate, a plant nurseryman, the manager of the Ngāi Tahu’s historical settlement process, and as an independent consultant to a range of clients including the New Zealand government and a number of Māori tribes.

He is particularly interested in the areas of change management and capacity building, strategic planning and organisational development, complex negotiations, sustainable natural resource utilisation, environmental protection and enhancement, and international development issues.

Anake has an MBA, and a Masters of Public Administration from Harvard’s John F Kennedy School of Government. He is also a New Zealand Harkness Fellow.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Looks like a ginga to me!

Anonymous said...

Nicely put "..has an MBA, and a Masters of Public Administration from Harvard’s John F Kennedy School of Government." Looks like a Harvard MBA at first glance.

I suspect otherwise however and would be immediately suspicious of anyone who tried to confuse like that.
DavidW

Whaleoil said...

Hmmm...A Ginga....and a made up maori first name...if I remember rightly he has always been known as Angus.

Yep, that must be it a fake Maori...those Ngai Tahu fellas aren't going to take kindly to a fake maori.

Observer said...

Anonymous 2

Sad mate - it is a Harvard Masters Degree, the John F Kennedy School of Government is part of Harvard University, and the MPA (don't confuse the B and P) is a two year degree course just like the MBA.
Similar in structure too, as it seems to be Case (rather than lesson) based.
I think it a bit better than an MBA from Victoria with a Public Administrtation major!

Anonymous said...
This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.
Anonymous said...

Come off it Whaleoil, at Ngai Tahu being a fake Maori gets you to the top quicker you might end up running the whakapapa unit.