Universities in a global context: Institutional positioning in the      emerging HE market       Sir Howard Newby
Dilemmas in HE policyGovernments all over the world wish to :• Expand participation rates in HE  (‘massification’)• Sustai...
Changing FacesAttempts to resolve these tensions involve a  mix of:•   Audit•   Accountability•   Regulation•   Planning
Global Excellence• Globalisation means that quality and  standards are rising• Benchmarks are international and not local ...
Market Forces• A more market-oriented HE sector will lead to:  – greater mission diversity  – greater segmentation in the ...
FocusIn the past:Universities did Teaching and ResearchNow, universities are involved in:Lifelong LearningResearchKnowledg...
Engagement• The 19th C university involved separation  from society and the economy – the ivory  tower• The 21st C univers...
Knowledge exchange• Iterative process, not linear• Partnership and networking, not just IPR  management• CPD is central• I...
Stakeholders• Fee-payers will be more demanding• Greater transparency• Client-focus
New wine in old bottles• Engagement requires different mix of  leadership, management and  administrative skills• Demand-l...
Institutional positioning• What is your distinctive brand?• Where are you competitive?• What are your key markets?
Adaptation to demandHow focused, flexible and agileare you?
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  1. 1. Universities in a global context: Institutional positioning in the emerging HE market Sir Howard Newby
  2. 2. Dilemmas in HE policyGovernments all over the world wish to :• Expand participation rates in HE (‘massification’)• Sustain and enhance quality• Reduce expenditure per student
  3. 3. Changing FacesAttempts to resolve these tensions involve a mix of:• Audit• Accountability• Regulation• Planning
  4. 4. Global Excellence• Globalisation means that quality and standards are rising• Benchmarks are international and not local or national• Global issues provide global solutions• To be ‘good’ is no longer ‘good enough’ -expectations are rising even faster
  5. 5. Market Forces• A more market-oriented HE sector will lead to: – greater mission diversity – greater segmentation in the hierarchy of institutions• Identifying your strengths and focusing on them is critical• HEI’s cannot do everything they would wish at the level of quality now expected of them by external stakeholders
  6. 6. FocusIn the past:Universities did Teaching and ResearchNow, universities are involved in:Lifelong LearningResearchKnowledge TransferSocial InclusionLocal and regional regenerationCivil and cultural engagement
  7. 7. Engagement• The 19th C university involved separation from society and the economy – the ivory tower• The 21st C university involves engagement with society and the economy• Hence knowledge transfer (exchange) is a crucial function
  8. 8. Knowledge exchange• Iterative process, not linear• Partnership and networking, not just IPR management• CPD is central• Involves L&T not just R• Stakeholder management, a key process
  9. 9. Stakeholders• Fee-payers will be more demanding• Greater transparency• Client-focus
  10. 10. New wine in old bottles• Engagement requires different mix of leadership, management and administrative skills• Demand-led v Supply-driven• Market analysis more important• Building a brand• Customer focus
  11. 11. Institutional positioning• What is your distinctive brand?• Where are you competitive?• What are your key markets?
  12. 12. Adaptation to demandHow focused, flexible and agileare you?
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