It is the business of each organisation to define their kaupapa to preserve and promote their traditions, histories and values. The tools and material presented here are generic and are intended to be adapted to suit each individual organisation’s requirements.
It is hoped that people will use this site to share their own experiences, share how they adapted the material and tools, and provide practical insights for others.
These materials were developed by Sacha McMeeking while she was the 2010 New Zealand Fullbright Harkness Fellow, based at the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University, Illinois, USA.
Particular appreciation and acknowledgements to;
- Fullbright New Zealand and the New Zealand Harkness Fellowships Trust for the remarkable and irreplaceable opportunity.
- Kellogg Graduate School of Management, particulary the Ford Motor Company Centre for Global Citizenship.
- Professor Daniel Diermeier and Alison Niederkorn
- Native Nations Institute at the University of Arizona, particularly Professor Stephen Cornel and Miriam Jorgenson
- National Congress of American Indians
- Kamehameha Schools, particular Neil Hannah
- Simon Leslie and Hori Mataki