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Helping you Learn

We are here to help you learn. That is our number one goal while you are completing training with us. For that reason we would like to point you to resources that we believe will help you to learn.

Some are resources that we have created, some are available on the Internet. Others are just tips and advice of what you can do to maximise your learning potential. If you find a resource that you would like to add please let us know.

Please use the Resources drop down menu to see all the available choices.

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  •     Links of useful articles and tutorials
  •     Study tips
  •     Achieve your goals
  •     Awarding of PDU’s
  •     Useful articles
  •     Networking opportunities

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Networking Opportunities – New Zealand

Organisational Change Management Community of Interest
The organisational change management community of interest in Wellington is made up of change management practitioners working across the public sector.  The community meets approximately every 2 months to connect, learn and share information and insights, with the aim of lifting OCM capability in Government.  For further information please email investmentmanagement@treasury.govt.nz

Portfolio Community of Interest (PCOI)
Started in August 2014, the Portfolio Community of Interest is a group of New Zealand Government Portfolio (EPMO/PMO) professionals which meets bi-monthly to share experiences, lessons learned, best practices, tools, and frameworks relevant to work in Public Sector Portfolio Management.  The Community provides members with an opportunity to network and find opportunities for collaboration, as well as improve their Portfolio Management capability by learning from the insights and experiences of fellow members.  Recent topics have been:
•    Portfolio Risk Management
•    APMG – making capability improvement a reality, and Grant and Ben’s learnings from UK/Wales visit
•    Lifting Investment Management Maturity and Gateway Lessons Learned
•    Improving the Quality and Effectiveness of Cross-Agency Investments
•    How can we Effectively Manage and Deliver Digital Transformation?

For further information please email investmentmanagement@treasury.govt.nz

Benefits Management Community of Interest (BMCOI)
The Benefits Management Communities of Interest are special interest groups of like-minded people from a range of disciplines across government. They have in common a strong desire to promote good benefits management practice so that the benefits from investments can be optimized.  The communities meet roughly every 6 weeks in both Auckland and Wellington to connect, discuss trends and listen to motivational speakers from the public and private sectors.  Recent topics have been:
•    Getting the most out of ILMs
•    Stephen Jenner – benefits management obstacles and reasons to be cheerful
•    How software can support BM
•    Benefits Owner training
•    Overcoming optimism bias
•    Benefits mapping with ILMs and Benefit journey maps

For further information please email investmentmanagement@treasury.govt.nz

PRINCE2 User Group – Wellington
This Group was formed in 2009 to help support those adopting PRINCE2 in the Wellington Region. The group holds FREE sessions throughout the year as per their calendar/schedule. https://www.meetup.com/PRINCE2-User-Group-Meetup/

PRINCE2 User Group – Auckland
In 2009 a group was formed in Wellington, and Auckland followed in their footsteps. The Auckland Group was formed in 2012 to help support those adopting PRINCE2 in the Auckland Region. Both groups hold free sessions throughout the year, for PRINCE2 foundation or practitioner qualified people or anyone with a genuine interest in improving and exploiting best practice in project management, programme management, change management or portfolio management. While they are mainly interested in PRINCE2, the speakers often cover other related topics. Note, there is no formal constitution and membership is free. Costs of venues, food and liquid refreshments at the meetings are through the generosity of sponsors.  https://www.meetup.com/The-Auckland-PRINCE2-User-Group/