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Our strategic priorities provide us with the mandate to strengthen our operations, create tomorrows leaders and grow the business while minimizing risk.  We have three operational objectives which are:

Systemisation of our operations to improve performance.

Skills training and development for succession.

Implementing an investment and diversification strategy to manage risk.

Te Ara Putanga

This video provides an insight into Te Ara Putanga (Outcomes Pathway) that we call our Kaupapa Evaluation Tool. Te Ara Putanga is built on our core values and enables PKW to assess and quantify measurable outcomes.

Our Team

Standing (l-r): Edward Tamati, Brian Edwards, Jim Ahie.

Seated (l-r): Emerson Rangi, Reimana Bailey, Charles Bailey (Chair), Peter Charlton (Secretary), John Kerehoma.

Te Raurengarenga/Committee of Management

The seven-member Committee of Management are elected by the shareholders and between them possess a wealth of expertise and skills. 

Liana Poutu
Will Edwards
Anne-Marie Broughton
Tama Potaka
Taaringaroa Nicholas
Claire Nicholson
Dion Tuuta - (Te Rau Toi Ariki/Chair)

Te Rau Ruru & Te Māngai Rautitikura/Independent Expertise

PKW has the support of two independent Farm directors appointed by the Committee of Management and a Shareholder Representative on the PKW Trust who is elected by the Shareholders.  Together they bring a rich set of skills and expertise that adds to the quality of our decisions.

Richard Krogh
Darryn Ratana

Te Rau Manawaora/Executive Leadership Team

PKW employs a talented group of people and at the helm of this waka is the Chief Executive Warwick Tauwhare-George.  We are four strategic business units who work together to achieve our strategic priorities.  The diversity of our business interests requires a diverse set of skills and networks making PKW a dynamic place to work.

Warwick Tauwhare-George
Jacqui King
Shane Miles
Joe Hanita
Puna Wano-Bryant
Richard Buttimore

Annual Reports

Annual Reports

The Annual Report tells the story of our performance for the previous year as well as who we are, what we have achieved and most importantly where we’re going.  Although the report focuses on a small window in time, collectively they record our journey since 1976. 

Annual reports are available online and hardcopies are available on request.

Annual Report 2021

Annual Report 2020

Annual Report 2019

Annual Report 2018

Annual Report 2017

Annual Report 2016

Annual Report 2015

Annual Report 2014

Annual Report 2013

Annual Report 2012