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This was our second year running the HESPA Showcasing Good Practice Week, an event which aims to provide 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.
We had some wonderful sessions from our member volunteers and a huge level of engagement from those who attended. Thank you to all of you for making the week a resounding success.
If you missed any sessions, want to watch any favourites again or want to send a session to a colleague to watch, you can find recordings (and slides where applicable), for all sessions below.
Taking Back Control: Developing an in-house Workload Planning Solution Vincent Bryce, The University of Nottingham
First Year in the Job - Academic Strategy at Birmingham City University Dr Brooke Storer-Church, Birmingham City University
Using Change Projects to Support Strategy Implementation Dawn Matthews, Loughborough University
Which year are we planning for again? Al Carlile and Emma Hartley, University of Sheffield
Becoming More Mature - risk management and risk maturity Clare Foyle, Higher Education Risk Management Network
Using labour market intelligence in portfolio development Garford Moore and Ian Marsden, University of Derby
Data Governance and Analytics Paul Naylor, Staffordshire University
Power BI Governance Framework Katy Holmes and Charlie Croft, University of Birmingham
The verdict – 9 months to develop a brand new strategy, has it worked Rachel Parkes and Phil Hopwood, University of Liverpool
Student Focused Indicators Dashboards Alicja Konstantinidis-Pereira and Rebecca Robinson, Lancaster University
The Loughborough University Graduate Management Trainee Scheme Tanika Dhiri, Charlie Dunkin, Joseph Bou-Nassif and Renae Huggan-Broughton, Loughborough University
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