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Hear from three of our 2018 Fellows about the impacts of their research and study. 

Find out how the Fellows have been putting their learning into action to improve the health and wellbeing of children, rangatahi and whānau in Northland and the Bay of Plenty. 

Learn how public sector analytical teams are being helped to find real insights from their data, and what makes a great leader of data-driven organisations

Eru Lyndon, Regional Commissioner for Social Development, Northland/Te Taitokerau, Ministry of Social Development 

Creating new ways to deliver products and services effectively to Māori
  • Looked at examples of customer-centric services and product innovation approaches, and how to embed these in organisations 
  • Has applied the lessons, and models of Maori well-being, to two significant programmes and transformations in the social sector.

Ezra Schuster, Director of Education, Bay of Plenty-Waiariki, Ministry of Education

How divergent agencies together achieve the best outcomes for young people
  • Explored how divergent organisations work together for collective impact especially for children and young people, including looking at how family support programmes are delivered through schools in Swansea, and the city of Leeds ‘Child Friendly City’ vision.
  • Applying learnings to support the vision of the Bay of Plenty-Waiariki Impact Governance Group: That our children are brought up in safe, loving, nurturing and healthy environment.

Richard Hamblin, Director of Health Quality Intelligence, Health Quality and Safety Commission

Organisations that deliver through data
  • Researched organisations in New Zealand and overseas that have world-leading data and analytics teams, which have helped transform their organisations into being genuinely data-led.
  • Applying knowledge to help public sector organisations successfully drive delivery through data and analytics, and contributing to the public sector’s development of the right people to lead transformative data teams.

2020 Fellowships

The LDC 2020 Fellowships will be open for applications in February 2020. If you’re interested in applying, this event will also be a great opportunity to talk with current and past Fellows.

Find out more about the Fellows.

Who can attend?

LDC members

This event is free for all LDC members. Numbers limited to 50, so book early to avoid disappointment. Register above.

Please let us know at if you need to cancel your registation, so that we can offer your place to someone on the waitlist. 

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