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This session is part of our "Showcasing Good Practice" event, providing a space for our members to share with each other the work they have done which they feel has been a particular success, and to celebrate and promote the hard work of planners in the HE sector. Each session will comprise of a presentation followed by a Q&A opportunity. Events are being held on Teams, and a joining link will be sent prior to the event once you have booked your place.
10 top tips: getting your bosses and colleagues to pay attention to lead and lag data
Date: Friday 23 September, 10:00 - 11:00
Naomi Drinkwater, Head of Planning and Data Insight, University of Essex
We are delighted to welcome our HESPA Collaborative Planning Award Winner, the University of Essex, in joining us to share more about their work establishing a governance structure around data insight. The aim of this structure is to ensure that they were responsive regarding lag and lead data indicators and to oversee actions appropriately.
The Data Insight Governance structure is an innovative and novel way of identifying actions that share good practice and ensure continuous improvement. This newly embedded data governance structure also provides the opportunity for constructive challenge and self-assessment of performance in real-time, with targets set for improvement.
Reporting critical information at pace enables senior leadership to decide on investment priorities and resource distribution in a more fleet of foot manner which compliments the annual review of courses and their annual planning process.
All the work of DIAG and associated lead indicators are tied to their 2019-25 strategic plan.
Type : Training
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