Sharing of internal systems, processes, and infrastructure to drive efficiency of operations.
Influencing national policy on vocational education and training.
We know that successful Research, Innovation and Enterprise nurtures relationships that facilitate the transfer of knowledge, the refinement of methodologies and the growth of cultural capital. These gains from research and advanced practice live on in the communities and businesses we work with.
The members of ITP research built their reputation on making things happen, and that is what our education and research is focused on. This practical philosophy is highly relevant for SMEs, NGOs and other organisations. We have expertise in a range of disciplines including building technology, business development, product development, communications, and market research, ICT solutions, data management and sustainable systems design. See About Our Members for the specialties of each ITP research member.
ITP research is drawn together primarily by the similarities in the challenges and opportunities confronting its members, both in relation to the institutes of technology and polytechnics sector and the economy in general. The overarching aim of the innovate ITP is to contribute to the overall improvement in the country’s economic performance through being an efficient, effective and relevant driver of economic success. The group has an inclusive approach and collaborates with universities, wānanga and other institutes of technology and polytechnics on projects where such collaboration is appropriate.
ITP research Group members have in common the following:
The desire to combine forces to become a major driver of economic competitiveness, productivity and growth for the benefit of New Zealand.