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Intro presentation to the initial programme meeting of the phase 2 institutional innovation programme

Intro presentation to the initial programme meeting of the phase 2 institutional innovation programme

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  • Joint Information Systems Committee Supporting education and research JISC Institutional Innovation Programme Meeting 23 rd – 24 th October 2008
  • House keeping
    • Rooms available from 2.00pm
    • Toilets out door turn left.
    • City Room – out door turn left,
    • Wesley room – left and up small flight of stairs
    • Dinner - Monument and Mansion rooms
      • meet in bar at 7.00pm,
      • Sit down: 8.00pm
  • Today’s agenda
    • 12.30 Registration and Lunch
    • 1.30 Innovation Programme Introduction and Overview
    • 2.00 Project Presentations
    • 3.30          Tea and Coffee  
    • 4.00        Programme and Project requirements
    • 4.30          Communications and Branding
    • 5.00        Close
    • 7.00        Networking in Bar
    • 8.00        Dinner
    • What is the function of the programme
      • Achieve wider benefits
      • Consider the needs of the sector
      • Obtain and present evidence/guidance for sector
      • Risk mitigation/ownership
      • Stimulate change.
    Working with the Programme
  • Programme Mechanisms
    • Project Meetings
    • Project/Programme Reporting
    • Community of Practice
    • Clustering
    • Synthesis
    • Evaluation
  • Project Reporting - Why
    • Due Diligence
    • Governance
    • Progress Monitoring
    • Communications Planning
    • Future work
    • Auditing
  • Reporting Templates
    • Methodology independent
    • Appropriate depth of detail
    • Consistent presentation of information
    • For the benefit of others
  • JISC web page Template
    • Within 1 Month of start
    • Detail will go into;
      • PIMS
      • Website
    • Stick to 100 word limits
    • What would you tell other about you…
    • Key Contacts – active source of information
  • Project Plan Full
    • Within 1 month of start (unless agreed otherwise)
    • Key document for programme management
    • Publicly available
    • Based on proposal
    • More details on
      • Work plan
      • Budget
      • Quality
      • Evaluation
      • Dissemination
  • Additional Start Up Requirements
    • Consortium Agreements
      • Two or more separate entities
      • In receipt of funds
      • Part of critical path
    • Project website
      • Interested parties directed to it
      • Try to avoid just minimum information
      • Project updates, outputs and reports
      • At least 3 years after end of funding
  • Interim Reports
    • Two per year
    • Full or Brief?
      • Typically brief
      • Reserve the right to upgrade to full
        • Yearly
        • Highly successful
        • Project experiencing difficulties
        • AOR
  • Final Report
    • Draft one month before end of project
      • Collaborative development
      • Identify links
      • Focus on the key aims of the project
      • Focus on the programme objectives
      • Contribution to institutional change
      • Have someone outside of the project review it
  • Completion Report
    • Important document, often overlooked
    • Support for programme team
    • Source of evaluation evidence of project and programme
    • Support next steps planning
      • Project
      • Programme
      • JISC
    • Tie up loose ends