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Nga Puawaitanga present their place-winning Dragons Den new business pitch at the Lion Foundation West Auckland Young Enterprise Scheme Regional Finals

May 24, 2012 Comments off

 

Nga Puawaitanga present their place-winning Dragons Den new business pitch to judges at the Lion Foundation West Auckland Young Enterprise Scheme Regional Finals, Henderson, 2012.

The band’s chart-climbing song, ‘People’ from their debut album is available for preview and purchase from their band site via facebook http://www.facebook.com/NgaPuawaitanga

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Vause, A., & Mellalieu, P. J. (2012, May 16). Lyrics that inspire youth to be proud in their own skin: Debut track from Nga Puawaitanga. Innovation & chaos … in search of optimality. Retrieved May 16, 2012, from http://pogus.tumblr.com/post/23144001893/lyrics-that-inspire-youth-to-be-proud-in-their-own

Home – Nga Kakano Christian Reo e Rua Kura. (n.d.). Retrieved March 20, 2012, from http://ngakakano.com/

HSBC Young Enterprise Innovation Awards 2010. (2010). Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HKyOHqgxWUU&feature=youtube_gdata_player

Mellalieu, P. (2012). Young Enterprise Out West – March 2012. Henderson, Auckland. Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_SOu2qxWBpo

Mellalieu, P. J. (2011, July 19). More ladders, fewer snakes: Two proposals to reduce youth disadvantage [Review]. Innovation & chaos … in search of optimality. Retrieved November 7, 2011, from http://pogus.tumblr.com/post/7794555863/more-ladders-fewer-snakes-two-proposals-to

Mellalieu, P. J., & Coleman, E. B. (2011). Nga Kakano School Whanau Hui 2011 [photograph album]. Retrieved from http://gallery.me.com/petermellalieu#100341

Mellalieu, P. J., Kearns, N., & Vause, A. (2011). Whanui Hui – Nga Kakano School – Part 2. Nga Kakano School, Henderson. Retrieved from https://files.me.com/petermellalieu/mdn3lj.mp3

Mellalieu, P. J., & Vause, A. (2011). Whanui Hui – Nga Kakano School – [Extracts]. Nga Kakano School, Henderson: MyndSurfers. Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eZsOe2qipuQ

Mellalieu, P., & Vause, A. (2012, March 17). Advancing educational outcomes through Education for Enterprise in a Maori/Pacifika school: The case of Nga Kakano
Christian Reo Rua Kura Part ONE: Strategic development issues. Innovation & chaos … in search of optimality. Retrieved March 17, 2012, from http://pogus.tumblr.com/post/19444076798/advancing-educational-outcomes-through-education-for

Nga Kakano Art Auction. (2012, May 18).Peter Mellalieu’s Zenfolio Photograph Albums. Retrieved May 19, 2012, from http://petermellalieu.zenfolio.com/ngakanao_auction

Rangatahi Productions. (n.d.).facebook. Retrieved March 17, 2012, from http://www.facebook.com/RangatahiProductions

Vause, A., & Mellalieu, P. J. (2011). Education for Enterprise at Nga Kakano Christian Reo Rua Kura: Pilot Workshop. MyndSurfers. Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SVe-cfZVgGQ&feature=youtube_gdata_player

Young Enterprise- UK Finals 2009 — Affinity Speech. (2009). Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3V0Wd8u7YTI&feature=youtube_gdata_player

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Young Enterprise speed coaching event at Trusts Stadium, Henderson

March 14, 2012 1 comment

The March meeting of Young Enterprise Scheme (YES) school companies at the Trusts Stadium, Waitakere. This was the first meeting where the school companies met coaches and organisers for the YES programme. Several staff members from DOMM were advisers to the companies at this event.

DOMM Bachelor of Business student Aroha Vause launched the YES programme at Nga Kakano School this February, following a pilot project she ran with the school whilst studying BSNS 5391 Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Unitec in 2011.

 

Source photo gallery, for download of individual images:

Zenfolio gallery

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Minister of Maori Affairs, Dr Pita Sharples interview on AMP business news on Maori Entrepreneurship

August 10, 2011 Comments off

Minister of Maori Affairs, Dr Pita Sharples  interview on AMP business news on Maori Entrepreneurship.

 

Categories: Entrepreneurship, Maori

Forum for the Future 2011 – Enriching Maori Entrepreneurship – www.forumforthefuture.unitec.ac.nz (Thursday August 4)

July 6, 2011 Comments off

Kia ora tatou

For your information. Please see the link below for Forum for the Future 2011 – Enriching Maori Entrepreneurship. I have organized the topic and the panelists.

Date: Thursday August 4

Venue: Unitec Theatre, Department of Performing and Screen Arts, Entry 1, Carrington Road, Mt Albert (view map)

Arrive: at 6pm for a 6.30pm start

Ends: 8pm

http://www.forumforthefuture.unitec.ac.nz

It should be an interesting forum, it would be great if you could join us.

Any queries feel free to contact me.

 

Ngaire Molyneux

Lecturer

Strategic Thinking for Managers

Maori Business

Department of Marketing and Management

Faculty of Creative Industry and Business

 

(09) 815 4321 ext 7065

021 616 596

Innovation in the Bachelor of Business: Maori and Pacific Business Elective Course (BSNS 5550)

May 26, 2011 Comments off

Maori and Pacific Business Course

Bachelor of Business: Course name: BSNS 5550

For all students looking to work in business in a New Zealand context. An understanding of Maori and Pacific business is a vital ingredient.

» New course, an introduction for all students to Maori and Pacific business

» Students will have an increased understanding and appreciation of Maori and Pacific business ideologies, practices and opportunities

» This is an elective leave 5 course in the BBus programme. This course could also be an elective across other Unitec programmes.

Bachelor of Business

Course name: BSNS 5550

Enrolments Open Now

Maori in Tertiary Education Project – Thursday 28th July 2011 9am – 5pm

May 26, 2011 Comments off

Maori in Tertiary Education Project

Date – Thursday 28th July 2011 9am – 5pm

Venue – Te Wānanga o Aotearoa Manukau Campus,

15 Canning Crescent, Mangere, Auckland

Categories: Maori

Unitec is a sponsor of the Matariki Festival – Celebrating Maori New Year in Auckland

May 25, 2011 Comments off

Unitec is a sponsor of the Matariki Festival – Celebrating Maori New Year in Auckland I thought it important to direct you to the following website www.matarikifestival.org.nz, as there are lots of exciting things happening in the city for Matariki starting with a launch on Thursday 26th may evening at the Mangere Arts Centre – Nga Tohu o Uenuku.

Ngaire Molyneux

Lecturer

Strategic Thinking for Managers

Maori Business

Department of Marketing and Management

Faculty of Creative Industry and Business

(09) 815 4321 ext 7065

Categories: Maori

Our Departments Practice Session for our Powhiri in 2011

March 3, 2011 Comments off

WAIATA(FOR HARE)

Ma wai ra, e taurima

Te marae i waho nei

Ma te tika, ma te pono

Me te aroha e

Tangihia i muri nei

Kua riro koutou e

Ki te iwi, i te rangi

Ki te Atua e

 

WAIATA (FOR ROBERT)

E hara i te mea

No inaianei te aroha

No ngā tupuna

Tuku iho, i tuku iho

Te whenua, te whenua

He oranga mo te iwi e

No ngā tupuna

Tuku iho, i tuku iho

Tumanako whakapono

Te aroha te aroha

No ngā tupuna

Tuku iho i tuku iho

Categories: Maori

Session 5 – Te Whakataurite Maaori (The Māori Voice)

October 15, 2010 Comments off

Session 5 – Te Whakataurite Maaori (The Māori Voice) – This session involved lively and informed debate and discussion about Auckland’s new governance structure, focusing on how to optimise the outcomes for Māori in Auckland and around New Zealand.

Panelists: Scott Morrison, Director Maia – Māori Development Unit Unitec, John Freeland, Pae Arahi Matua – Manager Māori Strategy and Relations Auckland City, Heta Hudson, WHK Principal, Business Growth (formerly Gosling Chapman), Sandra Lee, Former Minister of Local Government, Conservation and Maori Affairs Metiria Turei, Co-leader of the Green Party of Aotearoa New Zealand.

View highlights from Session 5 on Youtube.

Rod Oram: Adjunct Professor at Unitecs Department of Management and Marketing: More on the Supercity

October 3, 2010 Comments off

Rod Oram: Adjunct Professor at Unitecs Department of Management and Marketing discusses more today on National Radio on the Supercity (Sunday 3rd October 2010):

  1. Insight with Rowan Quinn.
  2. Smart Talk.

Unitecs Department of Management and Marketing collaborating with the Department of Performing and Screen Arts continues the debate with the Forum of the Future: The Supercity. The Forum was one of the first to kick of the debate with sessions 1, 2, and 3. Head of Department (Management and Marketing), Associate Professor Robert Davis says “the forum offers a great opportunity for the audience to engage in a lively debate about the challenges we face in making Auckland the Super City.

In October, Sessions 4 and 5 will tackle issues and concerns that the Maori and Pacific Island voice has so far been ignored and sidelined.”

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