We don’t have to reinvent everything to build back better, but, to enable confident decision making we need a clear idea of our goals, and a clear filtering process creating a pathway to ensure we meet them.
To help with this, in April we published a framework for Aotearoa New Zealand to ‘Build Back Better’. The discussion paper has had a lot of traction with many organisations across the country now using it to guide their recovery.
This is great as it was my intention to create a practical resource for those currently investing resources with the shared goal of building back better. As next steps we need to shift gears, it’s time to consider how we shift from immediate response solving single issues to optimising recovery for multiple positive outcomes.
The Herald published more details about the paper here.