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Lead: Peter Black – Strathclyde firstname.lastname@example.orgJoin the conversation on our dedicated discussion board page
Lead: Ester Rustuc – St Andrews email@example.com
A significant part of what most Planners do is associated with policies, processes and requests from the SFC. The SFC have stated their intention to work more closely with the sector to make improvements and reduce burden. To make the most of the opportunities to collaborate and influence better outcomes, Scottish Planners set up a working group, Scottish Funding Council Interactions (SFCIG).
The SFCIG is led by Graeme Duff, University of Stirling, and Ester Ruskuc, University of St Andrews and working with the SFC it will engage with a range of matters where appropriate such as:
The Group will meet virtually 3-4 times a year or when there is a need.
Please use the dedicated discussion board here as an informal way to raise questions or discuss. We also have a space for relevant documents in the resources area.
If you are interested in joining SFCIG, please email: firstname.lastname@example.orgJoin the conversation on our dedicated discussion board page
Lead: Kirsty Roden - Glasgow Caledonian email@example.com
Co Lead: Steve McDonald - Glasgow Caledonian - firstname.lastname@example.org
The Data and Business Intelligence interest group will provide opportunities to share best practice, knowledge and ideas and will facilitate networking between colleagues in the Scottish HE sector.
The group will include discussion on:
While not an exhaustive list the above indicates some of the topics for exploration by the groupJoin the conversation on our dedicated discussion board page
Lead: Alison Watson - RGU email@example.com
Planners in HEIs across Scotland will be involved to different degrees in setting strategy, setting annual mechanisms to ensure implementation of that strategy, monitoring performance and reporting on that performance to their Governing body. This group is open to planners at all levels to share our experiences and good practice. The group will include discussion on, but won’t be limited to, the following:
Lead: Iain Grant - Aberdeen firstname.lastname@example.org
This interest group focuses on risk management in Higher Education, with a particular focus on strategic risk management, and how that interfaces with strategic planning. The group will discuss and share best practice, looking at what the major risks are facing the sector in Scotland and beyond, as well as risk management arrangements; from risk register templates, identification, monitoring and management processes, scoring mechanisms, and the use of risk appetite ratings and tolerance thresholds, among other features.Join the conversation on our dedicated discussion board page
Lead: Laura Knox – St Andrews email@example.com
A significant part of what most Planners do is associated with external policy drivers and ensuring we can help our institutions shape these policy drivers, or develop our response to them.
The policy group will engage with a range of matters where appropriate such as:
The group will also share best practice in relation to ensuring our own institutions can distil, summarise and communicate key external policy drivers to our internal stakeholders.
The Group will meet virtually 3-4 times a year or when there is a need.Join the conversation on our dedicated discussion board page
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