Business Performance progress
Actions in the Business Performance workstream are focused on a more comprehensive and certain pipeline, and on sharing good business and risk management practice.
Improving the performance of businesses in the sector will contribute to all four Accord goals of increasing productivity, raising capability, improving resilience and restoring confidence, pride and reputation. The primary Accord outcome for this workstream is 'sustainable, resilient, successful businesses' but many others will be supported including greater job security, reliable project delivery, business profitability, pipeline certainty, and trust and confidence in the sector.
Initiative progress and milestones
Follow progress here on Accord and Transformation Plan programmes that support and enable better business performance.
|In development||Creating a supply and demand pipeline||Accord and NZ Infrastructure Commission Te Waihanga|
|Aug 2020||Infrastructure pipeline(external link) includes more than 22 organisations and reaches $40 Billion of project value.||NZ Infrastructure Commission Te Waihanga|
|June 2020||Towards High Performance education programme launched with webinar on commercial risk.||Accord|
|Nov 2019||Infrastructure Pipeline(external link) published for 15 organisations covering 500 projects with an estimated value of $21.1 billion over five years.||NZ Infrastructure Commission Te Waihanga|
|Oct 2019||Kāinga Ora(external link) agency created, incorporating Housing New Zealand, HLC and KiwiBuild, to enable a more cohesive approach to delivering housing and urban development in New Zealand and to increase the pace, scale and certainty of work.||Kāinga Ora|
|Sept 2019||New Zealand Infrastructure Commission(external link) created to better plan and coordinate infrastructure development including a long-term pipeline, and provide procurement support to government agencies.||NZ Infrastructure Commission Te Waihanga|
|2019||Government begins establishing partnerships with local government agencies and mana whenua under the Urban Growth Agenda, to better plan and commit to a long-term coordinated approach to infrastructure development.||Ministry of Housing and Urban Development|
|May 2019||First 'Infrastructure Pipeline' for five government agencies published.||NZ Infrastructure Commission Te Waihanga|