A recent HBR article stated “when employees feel that they belong to a team or organization – in the sense that it aligns with their values and enables them to express important aspects of their identity – they will not only tend to perform better, but also experience higher levels of engagement and well-being.” We’d like to share with you how the Ministry of Social Development Service Delivery BA Community of Practice has championed culture in building an inclusive environment for our BAs to thrive.
Speaker Details:

Kimberlee Tararo is the Practice Lead for the Service Delivery BA Community of Practice. With over a decade’s experience in Business Analysis within the Ministry of Social Development, Kimmie has thrived in both technical and business roles, and is passionate about developing the skills and capabilities of others. She is also an active volunteer for Fire and Emergency NZ, meaning that she is capable of fighting and preventing “at-work crisis fires” and “real fires”.  
Fahina Tulepu is a Lead Business Analyst within the Te Pae Tawhiti transformation programme at the Ministry of Social Development. His experience extends to over 20 years in analysis roles across many government departments. He’s an exceptional practitioner, passionate about building strong business analysis capability and communities of practice.
Ministry of Social Development. 2.1 Takahē Room
56 The Terrace
Wellington, Wellington
New Zealand


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