Clients

 




Clients

We have worked with organizations in most sectors: health, defense, welfare, children’s isues, arts and culture, transport, conservation, environment, indigenous affairs, ethnic affairs, technology, business development, careers, immigration. 

Our clients include the New Zealand Government, the Indonesian Government, the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the Asian Development Bank, the International Labour Organization, UNFPA.


  • Alcohol Advisory Council (ALAC)
  • Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC)
  • Asian Development Bank
  • Auckland Council
  • Building Research Association New Zealand (BRANZ)
  • Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (CERA)
  • Capital & Coast District Health Board
  • Charities Commission
  • Child Cancer Foundation (CCF)
  • Creative New Zealand
  • Department of Building and Housing 
  • Department of Child, Youth and Family Services
  • Department of Conservation
  • Department of Corrections
  • Department of Internal Affairs
  • Department of Labour
  • Department of Work and Income
  • Dispute Resolution Service Ltd.
  • The Duke of Edinburgh's Hillary Award
  • Education Review Office
  • Foundation for Research, Science and Technology
  • Health Information for All 2015 (HIFA2015)
  • Housing New Zealand Corporation
  • Indonesian Ministry of Finance
  • International Labour Organization (ILO)
  • International Monetary Fund (IMF)
  • Land Information New Zealand (LINZ)
  • Massey University
  • Ministry for Culture and Heritage
  • Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry
  • Ministry of Education
  • Ministry of Health
  • Ministry of Justice
  • Ministry of Primary Industry
  • Ministry of Research, Science and Technology
  • Ministry of Social Development
  • Ministry of Social Policy
  • Ministry of Transport
  • Ministry of Women's Affairs
  • Ministry of Youth Development
  • Mountain Safety Council
  • Museums Aotearoa
  • New Zealand Council for Educational Research
  • New Zealand Customs Service
  • New Zealand Defence Force
  • New Zealand Food Safety Authority
  • New Zealand Police
  • New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA)
  • Office of the Controller and Auditor-General
  • Office of the Ombudsman
  • Protect New Zealand (MAF)
  • Regional Public Health
  • Royal Commission on Genetic Modification
  • Royal Society of New Zealand
  • SPELD
  • Sport and Recreation New Zealand
  • Sport New Zealand
  • South Island Health Alliance
  • State Services Commission
  • Statistics New Zealand
  • Te Pou o Whakaaro Nui
  • Te Puni Kokiri
  • Tertiary Education Commission (TEC)
  • The Treasury
  • United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)
  • Wesley Community Action



Selected projects


  • Evaluation Planning for Think Differently Program Massey University, 2016.
  • Health Information for All Working Group on Evaluating the Impact of Healthcare Information, 2016.
  • Expert Committe on Evaluating Natural Hazards Research Impact 2016.
  • Ministry of Primary Industries AVMAC Advisory Council 2016.
  • Outcomes framework for National Science Challenge Built Environments Consortium outcomes framework, 2015-2016.
  • Indonesian Ministry of Finance outcomes planning 2014
  • Indonesian Ministry of Finance study tour 2015
  • Mates and Dates Program outcomes framework (ACC), 2015
  • Elective Services outcomes framework (ACC) 2015
  • Clinical Services outcomes framework (ACC) 2015
  • Sensitive Claims outcomes framework (ACC) 2014
  • Using the Duignan Outcomes-Focused Visual Strategic Planning approach with the Child Cancer Foundation 2010
  • Using the Duignan Outcomes-Focused Visual Strategic Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation approach with Land Information New Zealand (LINZ) 2010.
  • Reviewing the past five years of reports and plans for the Office of the Auditor General to assess progress on achieving outcomes, 2010.
  • Using the Duignan Outcomes-Focused Visual Strategic Planning for department wide strategic planning in the Department of Conservation 2010
  • Development of an outcomes model as part of becoming a more outcomes-focused organization, Office of the Ombudsmen 2010.
  • Transitioning a not-for-profit towards being a fully outcomes-focused organization, Mountain Safety Council 2010.
  • Developing a video on evaluating instructional design for use in a university course, for Laureate 2010.
  • Food Safety Australia and New Zealand (FSANZ) facilitating consultation process with public health sector, 2010.
  • New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) assessment of outputs specification, 2010.
  • Ministry of Social Development building high-level outcomes model for community development area and specification of outputs, 2009
  • Input into forward evaluation planning to 2020, Asian Development Bank.
  • Training on the use of Duignan Visual Monitoring and Evaluation approach to UNFPA Arab region 2010.
  • Training on the outcomes-focused planning UNFPA Arab and Africa region countries 2010.
  • State Services Commission building a visual outcomes model for a sector wide project - the Data Re-use Project, 2010.
  • Involvement as expert advisor in ILO/World Bank/UN Youth Employment Network impact evaluation training, 2009.
  • Work on Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) high-level outcomes structure, 2009.
  • Work on the New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) visual outcomes model, 2009.
  • Facilitation of the Police Commissioners Conference of Australasia and the South West Pacific Region, 2007.   
  • Developing a comprehensive outcomes model for Canterbury Regional Public Health, 2007.
  • Developing an outcomes model for Maori in New Zealand for Te Puni Kokiri (the Maori Development Ministry), 2007.
  • Evaluation and monitoring plans for five projects for Ministry for the Environment, 2006-2007.
  • Outcomes and project mapping for building business environmental sustainability, for Ministry for Environment, 2007.
  • Outcomes, evaluation plan and strategic planning using outcomes for Archives New Zealand, 2005-2007.
  • Evaluation strategy for public broadcasting for the Ministry for Culture and Heritage, 2006.
  • Developing outcomes models for Auckland Regional Public Health, 2006.
  • Evaluation strategy for the Performance Based Research Funding (PBRF) for the Tertiary Education Commission (TEC), 2005.
  • Outcomes development, Department of Labour, 2005.
  • Outcomes development, Child, Youth and Family, 2005.
  • Evaluation strategy for new building regulation regime, with PricewaterhouseCoopers for the Department of Building and Housing, 2005.
  • Evaluation strategy, SPELD NZ, 2005.
  • Outcomes development, Ministry of Youth Development, 2005.
  • Development of evaluation and outcomes methodology for the International Monetary Fund (IMF)  for their surveillance of international and national economies.
  • Dr Paul Duignan working to develop Outcomes Theory at the Urban Institute in Washington D.C,.as the winner of the Fulbright New Zealand 2005 Senior Scholar Award. 
  • Review of all 2004 Statements of  Intent (government department's primary strategy documents) from the 36 core government departments for progress since their 2003 SOI, Treasury, 2004.
  • Office of the Controller and Auditor General evaluation specialist input into review of an agency evaluation programme, 2004.
  • Technical evaluation specialist  methodological input and serving on Evaluation Technical Advisory Committees for evaluations in Child, Youth and Family, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Social Development., New Zealand Police and Treasury 2000-2004.
  • Workplace Productivity Conference  (national stakeholder conference on productivity) Co-facilitator, 2004.
  • Input into research and evaluation function review for Child Youth and Family, 2004.
  • Intervention logic development for Creative New Zealand, 2004.
  • Performance measurement work for New Zealand Customs Service underpinning their Statement of Intent, 2004.
  • Intervention logic and underpinning research strategy development for Protect New Zealand (MAF) biosecurity social marketing campaign, 2003.
  • Methodological and interviewer input into the Treasury, State Services Commission and Te Puni Kokiri formative evaluation of the process and products of the 2003-04 roll-out of Statements of Intent (SOI), 2004.
  • Development of Statement of Intent / Strategic Planning, Ministry of Women's Affairs, 2003.
  • Development of intervention model underpinning a social marketing strategy, 2003. 
  • Development of a project review methodology as part of strategic planning, Statistics New Zealand, 2003.
  • Technical input into design of meta-analysis of evaluations of interventions for improving outcomes for Maori and Pacific People's, 2003.  Client: Ministry of Social Development.
  • Development of a training package on Youth Participation, for community and policy audiences, 2003.
  • Strategic planning workshop for the New Zealand Food Safety Authority Policy and Regulation group, 2003.
  • Senior Manager's Strategic Workshop, New Zealand Police, 2003.
  • Peer review and input into the Treasury, State Services Commission and Te Puni Kokiri formative evaluation of the process and products of the 2002-03 roll-out of Statements of Intent (SOI), 2002.
  • Series of strategic planning workshops for Ministry of Culture and Heritage SOI preparation, 2002.
  • Series of strategic planning workshops for New Zealand Customs SOI preparation, 2002.
  • Facilitation of New Zealand Customs Integrity Project workshop, 2002.
  • Strategic planning facilitation and strategic planning documentation peer review for Te Puni Kokiri, 2002.
  • Facilitation of web strategy planning session for ALAC, 2002.
  • Strategic planning workshop for Archives New Zealand, 2001.
  • Developing an approach for Treasury's assessment of agency evaluation plans submitted within budget bids, 2002.
  • Royal Society of New Zealand Science and New Technology Community Dialogue Initiative, 2001-2002.
  • Chairing the strategic planning session for URGE youth web site, 2001.
  • Workshops on sector web strategy as part of the Public Health World Wide Web Networking Project, 1997-2002.
  • Royal Society of New Zealand Centres of Research Excellence Stakeholder Workshop, 2002.
  • Development of a set of indicators  and related tools for planning and measuring community development /community action. Client: Ministry of Health, 2001.
  • Interagency evaluation coordination, methodology development and specific evaluation projects for the Maori Capacity Building Programme, 2001. Client: Te Puni Kokiri.
  • Evaluation Approaches Workshop, 2001. Client: Educational Review Office.
  • Review of the Strategic Social Policy Capability of the Ministry of Social Policy, 2000-2001. Client: State Services Commission, Ministry of Social Policy.
  • Facilitation of the Youth Forum for the Royal Commission on Genetic Modification, 2001. Client: Royal Commission on Genetic Modification Info.
  • Community consultation planning for the Youth Development Strategy Aotearoa, 2001. Client: Ministry of Youth Affairs.
  • Strategic/Planning meeting facilitation. Clients: Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, Te Puni Kokiri, Mary Potter Hospice. The Whyte Group.
  • Independent Chairing/Facilitation of meetings. Clients: Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, Ministry of Youth Affairs, Te Puni Kokiri.
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