The course is one day in duration, commencing with a description of and need for the ILM approach. It progresses through each of the problem, benefit, strategic intervention and solution phases of a typical ILM development. The latter part of the day is spent developing an indicative ILM response to a real-life problem or opportunity.
Who should attend
The course is aimed at participants from central and local government agencies and authorities who are most likely responsible for development or approval of business cases seeking investment funding.
ILM is also used to focus thinking around the development of an organisation’s strategic plan and Statement of Intent (SOI); the development of Long-Term Plans (LTP) and approaches to the New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) for transport network funding applications. Anyone working in these areas will benefit from a better understanding of the ILM process and its application at strategic, enterprise and initiative levels within their organisation.