Performance Monitoring & Reporting
Milestones for Landcare Research’s strategic focus (see section 3)
- Increasing the value of our science: Develop at least two integrated research projects spanning environmental, social, economic and cultural elements of natural resource management.
- Enhancing environmental information: Incorporate our research methodologies and datasets into at least two environmental indicators and support at least one major national policy initiative and/or Environmental Standard.
- Improving freshwater management: Inform at least two processes under the National Policy Statement on Freshwater Management through our research and models.
- Sustainable primary sector growth: Initiate at least one major new partnership and/or joint programme.
- Implementing Vision Mātauranga: Initiate at least one new major partnership and/or joint programme with Māori entities and agri-business.
- BioHeritage Challenge: As a host, successfully fulfil all governance and support unit responsibilities.
- Lincoln Hub: MOU (or equivalent) signed with at least two private sector entities for joint R&D activities.
Additional indicators covering operational areas such as good employer, health and safety, and our environmental performance can be found on our website:
|End user collaboration||Revenue per FTE from commercial sources ($000s)1||$51.5||>$55|
||Percentage of papers co-authored1 ‒ total
Co-authored with other New Zealand organisations
Both New Zealand and overseas co-authors
|Technology and knowledge
|Commercial reports per scientist FTE1||0.88||0.80|
|Availability of data from our MBIE Strategic Funding of biological Collections and information systems (assessed by a variety of metrics appropriate to each; metrics online)||Refer 2015
|Response rate for requests to for our MBIE Strategic Funding of biological Collections and associated infrastructure (specimen transactions, identifications, visits)||96–100% service delivery||>95%|
|New and improved products, processes and services||60||40|
|Presentations to stakeholders and community groups||278||260|
|Science quality||Impact of scientific publications (mean citation score)1||3.0||2.9–3.3|
|Financial indicator||Revenue per FTE ($000s)1||$173.8||>175|
|Stakeholder engagement||Percentage of relevant end users who have adopted knowledge and/or technology from Landcare Research2||94%||>95%|
|Percentage of relevant funding partners and other end users that have a high level of confidence in our ability to set research priorities2||72%||>75%|
|Percentage of relevant national and international research providers that have a high level of confidence in our ability to form the best teams to deliver on its Impacts and Outcomes2||92%||>90%|
|Staff invited to participate in stakeholder meetings or workshops||227||230|
|Number of partnerships with iwi and Māori organisations linking science and mātauranga to Māori goals and aspirations||23||18–23|
|Commercialisation||Number of new and existing licensing deals of Landcare Research-derived IP (including technologies, products and services)||12||7–14|
|High performance culture||Staff engagement in survey evaluations||71.7%||>70%|
|Turnover of key science staff||6.7%||3–5%|
Footnote  Generic indicators as required by MBIE across all CRIs are at the Landcare Research Group level; the rest are at Parent level
Footnote  Data provided from the MBIE-commissioned biennial external client survey; next survey 2015/16
Publish Date: 30/06/2016