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Navigating the way to success through good governance

Published on Nov 8, 2019 by Tory Cliffe and Lisa Baker / No Comments

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Out with the old and in with the new | AUA Blog

Published on Nov 8, 2019 by Nick Allen / No Comments

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Nick Allen Executive Officer | Office of the Vice Chancellor University of Northampton University of Northampton by MCW Architects. Copyright Peter Landers / Jim Stephenson 2018 Moving home can be one...

AUA USA Study Tour | AUA Blog part two

Published on Nov 7, 2019 by Samantha Jones and Lucy Heming / No Comments

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Written by Samantha Jones (University of Liverpool) and Lucy Heming (Imperial College London). Washington DC  In May 2019, a group of 12 AUA members from different UK institutions visited the USA fo...

Sustainability in Higher Education | AUA Blog

Published on Oct 31, 2019 by Tina DeNeen / No Comments

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Sustainability is the theme of the upcoming Autumn Conference of the AUA and I am honoured to participate as a panellist during one of the sessions. I have been asked to share my characterisation of t...

Attracting and retaining the next generation of HE administrators | AUA Blog

Published on Oct 29, 2019 by Pritesh Nathubhai and Francoise McKay / No Comments

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Attracting and retaining the next generation of HE administrators is a working session at the AUA Autumn Conference 2019. Here our session speakers talk about the journey that lead to this point.  Wi...

Operational excellence and Lean management | AUA Blog

Published on Oct 29, 2019 by Hannah Lowry and Kate Moss / No Comments

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The LEAN Registry | Slimmer, stronger, sustainable? is a working session at the AUA Autumn Conference 2019. Here our session speakers talk about the journey that lead to this point.  Hannah Lowry and...

A tale of two countries | AUA Blog

Published on Oct 29, 2019 by Sharon Barnes, Clare McWilliams, Sophia Harding / No Comments

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A tale of two countries: Sharing knowledge and experiences with HEIs in the USA is a working session at the AUA Autumn Conference 2019. Here our session speakers talk about the journey that lead to th...

HE has deep historical roots. But is it really possible to learn from the past?

Published on Oct 24, 2019 by Matthew Andrews / No Comments

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Matthew Andrews University Secretary and Registrar University of Gloucestershire. History surrounds us. Our universities are amongst the oldest and most long-lived institutions of any type to be foun...

Demystifying Project Management | AUA Blog

Published on Oct 23, 2019 by Esther Bray / No Comments

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Every company I’ve worked for has had something in common, wanting to get things done. The context and challenges have varied, but delivery has always been key. After all, an organisation’s vision...

Creating successful, sustainable change | AUA Blog

Published on Oct 21, 2019 by Sophie Sowerby / No Comments

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Sophie Sowerby Head of Organisation Development | Durham University The 3 C’s When working with colleagues across the HE sector, I often hear people say “change is the new normal”. We a...