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|Plenary 1: Policy v Finance: A Rock and a Hard Place
|Business Session 1: BibliU - Coventry University: Creating the Largest eTextbook Program in Europe
|Workshop A1: Making Friends and Getting on in Higher Education
|Workshop A2: Institutional Ownership of the HESA Student Return
|Workshop A3: The Covid 19 Pandemic and its impact on University Student Number Planning at Universities
|Plenary 2: HE Strategy and Planning 2021: Taking stock of the state of play and what others in the sector are doing
|Plenary 3: Institutional Autonomy: does it still exist and does it matter?
|Business Session 2: Studyportals - Around the World with Data: How 2020 changed International Student Interest. Coventry using Student Behaviour Data
|Business Session 3: EAB - Overcoming Hidden Enemies to Strategy: Lessons from University Planning Processes…and Cognitive Psychology
|Workshop B1: Strategic Risk Management
|Workshop B2: Data governance at SHU
|Plenary 4: Regulatory Horizons
|Plenary 5: What’s next? Exploring key questions for future universities
|Business Session 4: Simitive - Workload Management to enable strategic planning
|Business Session 5 - Billigence - How to link planning with agile analytics
|Workshop C1: Breaking data out of silo; the why, what and how
|Workshop C2: What if you didn’t have to sit there, what if you didn’t have to sit at all?
|Workshop C3: When Coronavirus ate Horizon Scanning for breakfast (and how we might avoid indigestion)
|Workshop C4: Digital experience insights & learning analytics: working with staff and students to maximise data-driven decision making and interventions
|Plenary 6: Tackling Racial Inequality
|Business Session 6: Nous | Cubane - Using data well to make better decisions
|Workshop D1: Tackling Racial Inequality – DMU’s practical approach
|Workshop D2: Data Governance and Data Science: moving from stand-off to handshake
|Workshop D3: Delivering a research planning process – tales of the unexpected
|Workshop D4: Embedding a Coaching Culture in a Third Level Institution - What we have learned in the first six years
|Plenary 7: Putting the pieces together: Learning to do planning with an American accent
|Plenary 8: VC panel – tooling up for the future, what you need from your strategic planners
|Workshop E1: How to run a successful political affairs campaign
|Workshop E2: Data and Analytics roundtable: Sharing best practice
|Plenary 9: What future should our university strategies be pushing us towards?
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