Good to Great Extension – Influencing on farm change at pace and scale
Knowledge and skill alone does not result in practice change. Verbal persuasion, even well-articulated has low impact. Great extension is about a consistent focus on delivering to farmer needs that are self identified as well as those from gap analysis and doing it in a way that results in practice change.
Drivers of Innovation Adoption
The ability of a business to compete in an ever changing world is linked into its ability to identify and adopt innovations. Introducing new ideas, alternate systems and different technologies enable a business to change and meet the market, it maintains competitiveness and relevance in an ever changing world.
Why being true to brand New Zealand is the best option for New Zealand Agriculture
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Accepting Price Volatility or Managing for Price Stability is a choice
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Navigating Constraints: Primary producers coping in changing contexts
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How can self-awareness and self-reflection ignite a farmer’s motivation to engage in Leadership
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How does an agricultural business maintain its essence and become better at fulfilling its purpose?
Turning good farming into big business without losing its essence
Business Plan for the NZ Sheep Dairy Industry
New Zealand pioneered the export of frozen sheep meat in 1882 and continues to be a world leader in many aspects of sheep breeding, meat and wool production and product development for both domestic and international markets. However we have never had a significant sheep milk industry and the question is why – or more importantly, why not?
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