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  • Introduce presenters and JISC infoNet Give timings and domestics – fire drill, toilets, breaks, turn phones off All content backed by online resources – infokits Interactive session – give your experiences, challenge us if you have a different point of view, tell us what would work and what not – some of this would challenge your cultures perhaps Our methodology meant to supplement not to replace what you currently do Go round table to collect names, organisations and expectations for the day
  • Done the first. The resources are based on good practice and case studies from real educational organisations. They are also based on Prince2 which is the definitive methodology for the public sector. (Ask for anyone who uses it or is qualified or has heard of it.) We only have a day so this will have to be fast but there will be lots more material available online. Use the resource. We will look at the fundamental issues and the essential tools and techniques sprinkled with lots of practical advice, hints and tips. At the end of the day we’ll invite you to consider what YOU will do first after having been on this workshop.
  • Done the first. The resources are based on good practice and case studies from real educational organisations. They are also based on Prince2 which is the definitive methodology for the public sector. (Ask for anyone who uses it or is qualified or has heard of it.) We only have a day so this will have to be fast but there will be lots more material available online. Use the resource. We will look at the fundamental issues and the essential tools and techniques sprinkled with lots of practical advice, hints and tips. At the end of the day we’ll invite you to consider what YOU will do first after having been on this workshop.
  • Done the first. The resources are based on good practice and case studies from real educational organisations. They are also based on Prince2 which is the definitive methodology for the public sector. (Ask for anyone who uses it or is qualified or has heard of it.) We only have a day so this will have to be fast but there will be lots more material available online. Use the resource. We will look at the fundamental issues and the essential tools and techniques sprinkled with lots of practical advice, hints and tips. At the end of the day we’ll invite you to consider what YOU will do first after having been on this workshop.
  • Done the first. The resources are based on good practice and case studies from real educational organisations. They are also based on Prince2 which is the definitive methodology for the public sector. (Ask for anyone who uses it or is qualified or has heard of it.) We only have a day so this will have to be fast but there will be lots more material available online. Use the resource. We will look at the fundamental issues and the essential tools and techniques sprinkled with lots of practical advice, hints and tips. At the end of the day we’ll invite you to consider what YOU will do first after having been on this workshop.
  • Done the first. The resources are based on good practice and case studies from real educational organisations. They are also based on Prince2 which is the definitive methodology for the public sector. (Ask for anyone who uses it or is qualified or has heard of it.) We only have a day so this will have to be fast but there will be lots more material available online. Use the resource. We will look at the fundamental issues and the essential tools and techniques sprinkled with lots of practical advice, hints and tips. At the end of the day we’ll invite you to consider what YOU will do first after having been on this workshop.

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  • John Burke Welcome To Embedding BCE Through Business Process Improvement and Internal Engagement
  • Slide Project Staff John Burke, Project Manager Clive Alderson, Project Consultant
  • Project Partners
    • University of Glamorgan
    • Keele University
    • Newcastle University
    • Shrewsbury College of Art & Technology
    • University of Strathclyde
  • Slide Project Staff John Burke, Project Manager Clive Alderson, Project Consultant
  • Slide Aims of the Day
    • To promote the Business and Community Engagement (BCE) agenda
    • To give an overview of other JISC activity in the Business and Community Engagement (BCE) arena
    • To enable Project Partners to report back on the benefits of the Project
    • To enable the Project Team to demonstrate the methodology used
    • To report some of the common findings of interest to the sector in general
    • To show the benefits of undertaking a review of BCE activity in FE and HE
    • To introduce the online resource, developed during the project
  • Slide Programme for the Day - Morning 10:00 Welcome – John Burke 10:10 The BCE Agenda and JISC – Simon Whittemore, JISC 10:40 The Project Review Methodology – John Burke and Clive Alderson 11:00 Coffee 11:15 Project Partner Reports Newcastle University – Zoë Bright Shrewsbury College of Art & Technology – Ian Jervis 12:15 Good Practice and Issues/Barriers Identified – John Burke 13:00 Lunch
  • Slide Programme for the Day - Afternoon 14:00 Project Partner Reports University of Strathclyde – Diane McDonald Keele University – Peter Hooper University of Glamorgan – Alun Cox 15:30 Refreshment Break 15:45 The JISC infoNet Resource – John Burke and Clive Alderson 16:30 Close