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Hamilton’s Strategic Framework …two years on Tegan Mc. Intyre Strategy and Research Manager Hamilton’s Strategic Framework …two years on Tegan Mc. Intyre Strategy and Research Manager

Recap: strategic framework for the city § HCC co-ordinated the development of a suite Recap: strategic framework for the city § HCC co-ordinated the development of a suite of eight City strategies — — — — Social Well-being Strategy Economic Development Strategy Environmental Sustainability Strategy Creativity and Identity Strategy ACCESS Hamilton Active Communities Strategy City. Scope (urban design) Hamilton Urban Growth Strategy (HUGs) § Together the strategies attempt to address the issues of the growing city and deliver on the vision of a Vibrant Hamilton

All about partnerships § Partnership approach essential — Hamilton City Council a relatively minor All about partnerships § Partnership approach essential — Hamilton City Council a relatively minor player in the service delivery of some well-beings — Council plays key coordinating role § Focused on City Leadership — Advocated for City specific outcomes — Agreement to a collaborative leadership approach § Based on alignment of existing programmes and working collaboratively § Reflect a shared desire for tangible on-the-ground results — Results delivered by joint flagship projects (not necessarily new but better aligned) § Leadership Forum members signatories to the final strategy

Leadership documents Leadership documents

Focus on Priorities § Each strategy identifies 4 -5 key theme areas § These Focus on Priorities § Each strategy identifies 4 -5 key theme areas § These ‘priorities for action’ identified collaboratively by the city’s CEOs § Built on existing knowledge § Provide a more targeted focus § Strategies not designed to solve all problems — By prioritising and just focusing on key areas however we aim to make a real difference on the ground

Flagship projects – a snapshot § Poets corner community renewal § Improving Outcomes for Flagship projects – a snapshot § Poets corner community renewal § Improving Outcomes for Youth At-Risk § Earth Hour § Waiwhakareke Natural Heritage Park § Campaign for action on family violence § Back to Earth – considering regional green waste scheme § Digital Hamilton § Getting Families Active § Ruakura Innovation Precinct § Water safety programme § Visitor attraction § Sport Information Analysis § SODA Inc § City. Heart revitilisation § Hamilton Business gateway § Review of the District Plan

Examples… Social Well-being Strategy What’s our Vision? § Ensuring that our young people are Examples… Social Well-being Strategy What’s our Vision? § Ensuring that our young people are optimistic about their future, that our neighbourhoods are safe places to live and that people have a good quality of life and feel empowered to contribute to life in the city § Our vision is also about strong collaborative leadership

Strategy Leadership Group § Peter Waru, Regional Manager (Central North) - Family and Community Strategy Leadership Group § Peter Waru, Regional Manager (Central North) - Family and Community Services § Blair Gilbert, Regional Team Manager - Ministry of Youth Dev § Andrea Goble, Chief Executive - Community Waikato § Mere Balzer, Chief Executive - Te Runanga o Kirikiriroa § Brett Paradine, GM Planning and Funding - Waikato DHB § Pia Searancke, Regional Manager - Housing NZ § Terry Quinn, Operations Manage - Child, Youth and Family § Superintendant Allan Boreham, District Commander – NZ Police § Meran Davis, Dean – Wintec § Gail Campbell, Regional Director - Te Puni Kokiri, Waikato Region § Te Rehia Papesch, Regional Commissioner - Ministry of Social Development § Johnine Davis, Tribal Development Unit - Waikato Tainui § Linda Bendikson, Regional Manager Central North Region Ministry of Education

So how has it been? ? So how has it been? ?

Great on the ground results § Poets corner — — Reduced crime rates by Great on the ground results § Poets corner — — Reduced crime rates by 40% Modernisation of HNZC stock /street make-overs Established Enderley Computer Clubhouse Enderley Hard Courts for basketball § An ‘improving outcomes for youth at-risk’ plan — On-going dialogue between agencies through many networks at different levels § Co-locating our staff — Creating better links between agencies in the community e. g. Enderley, Bader and Crawshaw § Five Kaumatua units established in Dinsdale § High impact campaign for action on family violence — “It’s Not OK” national campaign, localised for Hamilton — Phase 2: Anti-elder abuse and child abuse messages

Great on the ground results § Earth Hour huge success in Hamilton — Held Great on the ground results § Earth Hour huge success in Hamilton — Held in the Cityheart, including live music, restaurant and bar events & and earth market. — 2010 Hamilton had highest participation rate of any NZ city. § Waiwhakareke. co. nz established — Raise the profile of this Jewel of restoration. — 13 of the 60 hectares restored by end of 2010 — Lead to extra $195 k funding raised for project this year. § Digital strategy adopted and being implemented § City. Heart Wi-Fi off the ground § Public Art Plan adopted — Assists Council to prioritise decision-making in respect to public art investment and acquisition for the city. — Provides a strategic focus for expressing the city’s distinctive identity. § International airport and visitor attraction projects established § Business incubators up and running

Strategies and LTCCP? § The eight strategies underpin and drive Council’s business § Used Strategies and LTCCP? § The eight strategies underpin and drive Council’s business § Used to set priorities and applied to financial decision making — SAP forms assessed on alignment with strategies § Part of the new internal brand culture — Go beyond — “Is it good enough for Hamilton? ” § Integral part of induction process for new staff

LTCCP decision making § Based on: — An intensive Enquiry by Design (Eb. D) LTCCP decision making § Based on: — An intensive Enquiry by Design (Eb. D) process — Eb. D informed the development of the Hamilton Urban Growth Strategy (HUGs) — Focus provided by the city’s (not just Council’s) strategic development via eight collaborative strategies § The decision-making framework identifies three levels of priority “MEND” “EXTEND” “BLEND”

What has been learned? § Collaboration- it’s not easy but it’s worth it § What has been learned? § Collaboration- it’s not easy but it’s worth it § Seeking gains through alignment and coordination is all about relationships § Relationship management is a key skill — Still learning and building trust − Need to ensure channels of communications within partner organisations functioning and robust − Not just staff stuff - alignment and coordination among organisations is as much about political leverage as policy debate § There is a lot to be learned from exploring differences with a common purpose § Not so much about technique but passion