Presentation on theme: "MissionGoals Distinctive capabilities required to fulfill our mission Shared Purposes Shared Values National Maori Accountants NetworkDraft for discussion."— Presentation transcript:
MissionGoals Distinctive capabilities required to fulfill our mission Shared Purposes Shared Values National Maori Accountants NetworkDraft for discussion Our vision is: To contribute to the holistic well being of Maori. Our mission statement is: To assist Maori to excel in commerce and contribute to the successful economic development of Maori. Members To provide meaningful opportunities that strengthen the development of members. Maori Economic Development To contribute to the growth and development of economic leaders and initiatives for Maori. Measurements Indicators for achieving our distinctive capabilities Number of members and number of regional bodies. Level of member satisfaction. Quality and calibre of members (i.e. qualifications, experience). Annual growth in regional membership. Level of member satisfaction with region. Level of satisfaction with Hui a tau. PD sessions are held on issues of national significance. Level of reo and tikanga knowledge amongst members. Number of Maori in the Accounting profession. Number of Maori students majoring in Accounting at tertiary and secondary level. Number of recruitment initiatives. Number of Maori in senior levels of responsibility. Level of Maori participation in ICANZ (i.e. members, committee representation, Maori based PD sessions). Number of Maori competition winners, prizes and awards. Number of Maori kaupapa and related articles in recognised professional and business publications. Level of post graduate study in Accounting and kaupapa Maori business and accounting practices. Number of members delivering financial services to Maori organisations. Number of members in governance roles. Number of members in managerial roles. Number of leadership initiatives organised or events attended by members. Level of awareness amongst stakeholders. Quality of sponsors. Amount of revenue. Full representation of regional bodies on the national executive. Number of executive meetings. Number of communiqué from national to members. Annual plan and budget. Unqualified annual audit opinion. Number of memorandums of understanding implemented and operating. Ma te tika, ma te pono, me te aroha. Reflecting integrity, truth and underlying respect for people Maori in Accounting To increase the number of Maori and the understanding of kaupapa Maori in the profession. Members To provide a national forum to represent, develop and support members. Relationships To develop strategic relationships with organisations that advance our mission. Internal Operations To develop and maintain an efficient organisation that provides value to our members. Strategies Critical things we must do to achieve our goals Develop and maintain a national support network for members thru the regional bodies, where established. Develop a diverse membership base. Encourage regional bodies to grow and develop. Organise a national hui a tau. Coordinate PD sessions of national interest for members thru regional bodies where appropriate. Promote the use of te reo maori me nga tikanga Maori. Build the business and financial capabilities of Maori organisations. Promote and increase members involvement in Maori economic organisations and initiatives. Establish pathways for the growth of Maori economic leaders. Market our organisation to key stakeholders. Identify and secure revenue streams. Ensure appropriate representation and communication with regions and members. Implement efficient and effective systems and cost effective practices. Develop and maintain a strong and positive relationship with: ICANZ Tertiary institutions Key Maori stakeholders Other key stakeholders Promote, encourage and support Maori into the profession. Promote the advancement of Maori within the profession. Promote academic and professional excellence such as prizes, scholarships and competition participation. Lobby and advocate for Maori interests in the profession. Educate the profession on relevant aspects of Maori culture. Encourage research into Maori accounting and business related topics.