The bicultural partnership with Maori on various areas of management as it is founded in the Treaty of Waitangi had done in the Maori and crown people in year of 1840. These offer the Maori people various rights as the Treaty of Waitangi and their principles that gave the Maori people special rights, Such as partnership, participation, protection CITATION OSu07 l 1033 (O’Sullivan, 2007). It does come on the implications on the education, work force development, service delivery, health work force etc. Maori could equal opportunities as the every workforce as they are part of the most decision of the government. They offer the equal responsibility as Maori and non-Maori people. Maori people has special relationship land as they are working for the protecting their land and water as well their culture and tradition, on the same hand they get support from NZ government. Many of Maori business funded by NZ government or they support from government with subsidy, such as ngai tahu farming, Fonterra etc. some of the following aspects of bicultural partnership CITATION Jan04 l 1033 (Janine Hayward, 2004).
Treaty of Waitangi place in NZ law system.
Te Reo M?ori is one of official language of the NZ as the official language of NZ.
Preservation as well as celebration of Tikanga M?ori has equal status and correctness as well non-Maori customary practices.
It also provides land ownership to Maori people as the account historical events and present populations and residency.
It also provides equal opportunities for the Maori people to succeed economically, educationally, and in the justice system CITATION Ver11 l 1033 (Veronica Tawhai, 2011).
It is fact that Treaty of Waitangi had signed on the various confusion and there has various researches has also done. It has done in the Maori and crown people. Maori people wanted that there should need be power that control in the New Zealand make law system as the Maori also wanted that they got good right in the New Zealand. On the other hand, Crown people wanted to buy land as they could easily do business. While, it was written on two languages as both language was had different meaning as Maori people got understand that they would good rights in country as they would be main power of NZ. It was also found that many of Maori did not want that this treaty of Waitangi done as many of them not signed this agreement. ngai tahu also did complained against on the crown people as they bought land wrong way as they just paid one penny for one acre. On the other hand, Treaty of Waitangi had done with principles that offer the New Zealand implications on the education, work force development, service delivery, health work force etc. Maori could equal opportunities as the every workforce as they are part of the most decision of the government. They offer the equal responsibility as Maori and non-Maori people CITATION Pau09 l 1033 (Goldsmith, 2009).
NZ has considerable incline understanding and awareness of Maori issues. It helped to gain prominence than others. These also understand that government is seeking to develop with the Maori policy initiative. As the government’s policy statement outline:
New Zealand commit there selves as full Maori participation before they decide how they will achieve it. They have vision for 21st century that they will society in future that Maori participate and achieve to a level that they feel a part of and contribute to the enrichment society CITATION Jan04 l 1033 (Janine Hayward, 2004).
They endeavor with work Treaty of Waitangi grievances by negotiation and to try and deal with them through settlements. As the Maori and crown people neglect past issues as they do start to focus on current issues that do support to good in business, as the many of the work on the Maori development in the future as the government supporting to Maori business with subsidy, funded as they can easily get success and make good growth in the business. NZ government also has duty that they retain and promote the unique indigenous Maori language and culture CITATION OSu07 l 1033 (O’Sullivan, 2007).
It is very important and necessary that treat and work with them good effort with understanding them as the business want to earn long tern growth and success in plan. For example: as I want to import goods from ngai tahu farming than I would have to understand the work style as well understanding of their business culture. As ngai tahu farming is working for the protecting the land and water.
A good business need to support with good business ideas, capital, resources such as men power that make the business success.
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O’Sullivan, D. (2007). Beyond Biculturalism: The Politics of an Indigenous Minority. Wellington : HUIA.
Veronica Tawhai, K. G.-S. (2011). Always Speaking: The Treaty of Waitangi and Public Policy. Welligntion : HUIA.