Kellogg Scholar Reports – Lincoln Two, 2022

Kellogg Programme 48

Megan Fitzgerald Kellogg Research Report

Capturing value on-farm.

Coinciding with the growing consumer market, is a risker macro-economic environment where farmers are subjected to tighter margins on commodity markets. Short value chains present opportunities to diversify risk through accessing alternative markets, equity growth without a dependence on acquiring more land, and a way to include more family members in the family farming business.

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Fixing the “Broken Rung”.

This report explores the connection between confidence and career progression for our future female leaders. It aims to understand how we can instil confidence in our future female leaders to encourage them into their next role.

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How Can We Help?

This report aims to understand how the groundspread industry can support the New Zealand food and fibre sector during a period of increased regulation and reform. The sector is on track to achieve an export target of $64b by 2025 on less land than ever while caring for the environment on which we all rely.

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Keeping our farmers passionate in challenging times.

The target for my research report is to answer the question; how do we keep farmers passionate about farming when they are up against immense amounts of environmental policy change from our current government but more specifically, intensive winter grazing.
From my report findings I am hoping to identify key areas to help farmers

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Research from the inside out.

This report aims to create a resource that will inform and inspire entrepreneurial researchers interested in commercialisation and aspiring founders of investigator-led research to give it a go and help them increase their chances of successful commercialisation of their research.

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Team Building in a Seasonal Workforce.

Seasonal horticulture work requires a group of individuals from diverse cultures, work experiences, and employment motivations to form a team in a short period of time. Often in the span of a few days, these workers are recruited, divided into teams, trained, and put to work. Their success in quickly forming a high performing team

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Thriving Early Career Development.

This study looked at what is important for thriving early career development for rural professionals in skilled technical support roles in agribusiness. It aimed to understand the options and designs for early career development and the key features of a successful graduate programme. The methodology included a literature review, followed by semi-structured interviews with 12

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Where are our women?

This report was conducted to understand the current status of the representation of women in the Kiwifruit industry. Women contribute to increased levels of innovation, and better risk management.

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Where Does the Future Lie for the Arable Industry in Canterbury?

Changes in land use to dairy or dairy support and more extensive family farming operations buying up smaller operations have caused the number of arable farming businesses to decrease significantly over the last 20 years. Recent freshwater regulations now mean that converting to more intensive land uses is difficult. If profitability issues continue to worsen

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