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Welcome to the interest group page for workload management. The group has been formed to provide a network for colleagues involved or interested in workload modelling. Topics about, or related to, workload modelling are wide-ranging and the group's agenda is driven by the concerns and interests of its members.
The network considers the latest developments in workload modelling, recognises best practice in the sector and helps to enhance approaches to workload management. It also discusses and resolves issues and problems, and shares ideas and experiences.
A workload model seeks to allocate the staff resource in a unit, dividing the resource to key academic activities such as research, teaching, engagement, leadership and administration, over a period of time, and in relation to a strategic plan. All universities operate forms of models which aim to achieve these objectives.
Workload models and workload management are often concerned with:
While not an exhaustive list the above indicates some of the topics for possible exploration by the network.
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