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Execview January Briefing
Execview January Briefing
Execview January Briefing
Execview January Briefing
Execview January Briefing
Execview January Briefing
Execview January Briefing
Execview January Briefing
Execview January Briefing
Execview January Briefing
Execview January Briefing
Execview January Briefing
Execview January Briefing
Execview January Briefing
Execview January Briefing
Execview January Briefing
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Execview January Briefing

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Execview is software delivered as a service (SaaS) from a secure cloud in the UK. Unlike other suppliers or system integrators, Execview does not require any capital outlay or infrastructure. It can …

Execview is software delivered as a service (SaaS) from a secure cloud in the UK. Unlike other suppliers or system integrators, Execview does not require any capital outlay or infrastructure. It can be setup and operational within a couple of weeks.

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  • 1. Bridget Boylan
    Programme Manager
  • 2. Agenda
    • University of London
    • 3. Business Change Programme
    • 4. Challenge facing me!
    • 5. Execview - engagement
    • 6. Where are we now?
    • 7. Where are we going?
  • The Beginning
    1826 - University College founded
    1831 - King’s College founded
    1836 - University of London established by Royal Charter (to conduct exams and award degrees only)
    only).
  • 8. University of London firsts!
    • Open to all (men) irrespective of race, creed or political belief
    • 9. Female students in 1878
    • 10. Female professor in 1912
    • 11. Female Vice-Chancellor in 1948
    • 12. Teaching of subjects such as English & Geography at degree level
    • 13. Labs in Physics & Chemistry
  • University of London in 2011
    • 19 autonomous Colleges
    UCL, Kings, LSE, London Business School, School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Goldsmiths, Royal Holloway, Birkbeck, School of Oriental and African Studies, Queen Mary, The School of Pharmacy, St. Georges, Institute of Education, Royal College of Veterinary Science, Courtauld Institute of Art, Institute of Cancer Research, Central School of Speech and Drama, Royal Academy of Music, Heythrop College.
    • 110,000+ full-time and part-time students
    • 14. 35,000+ full-time and part-time staff
    • 15. 4,500+ courses
  • The International Academy
    • Established in 1858
    • 16. 50,000 students worldwidein over 180 countries
    • 17. Over 100 different programmes
    • 18. The alumni include over 57 Nobel Prize winners and over 35 past or present Heads of State.
  • The central University
    • School of Advanced Study 10 Institutes
    • 19. Senate House Libraries 3 million books
    • 20. 8 Halls of Residences 3,000 students
    • 21. £100 Million turnover £12 Million Government
  • 22. Business Change Programme
    • The vision for the Business Change Programme is:
    to create, by 2012, a University that is:
    financially sustainable, achieving a minimum operating surplus of 3%;
    staffed by people and teams that are empowered, forward-looking, flexible and performance and customer focused; and,
    supported by services that are excellent, value for money and driven by customer needs.
  • 23. Business Change Programme
    • Key Statistics
    3 years
    17 projects
    Efficiency projects: staffing, procurement, printing.
    Income generating projects: renting space & conference income
    Enabling projects: competencies, corporate planning, culture.
    £1.7 Million budget
    10 Project Managers
    12 Programme Board members
  • 24. The challenge facing me!
    • What I wanted
    ‘Lean’ Programme Office
    effective reportingand control
    standard format
    professional look and feel and best practice
    easy to use (low project management expertise)
    inexpensive
    • What I didn’t want
    reporting driven by a complex scheduler
    cutting / pasting in MS Word documents
    to commit the University to an expensive system
  • 25. Execview - engagement
    • 10 days effort to get the 17 project details into Execview: Project Definition form, Milestones, Products, Risks, Costs.
    • 26. Very good understanding of our requirements
    • 27. Immediate technical support
    • 28. Close to me in Holborn (carbon friendly!)
  • Where are we now?
    • Stakeholder monitoring (requested enhancement)
    • 29. Improvements to the Programme Status report
    • 30. Using Execview for other portfolios of projects e.g. the Finance Programme
    • 31. Using Execview for monitoring Service Performance of 3rd parties: Aramark (Catering), Balfour Beatty Workplace (Hard and Soft Facilities Management)
    • 32. Using Execview for Management Information for the Senior Team through Scorecards: Catering
  • Where I want to be (18 months)
    • Execview to be the main vehicle for management information for the Senior Management Team.
    • 33. Projects
    • 34. Service Performance (3rd parties)
    • 35. Management Information and service performance of internal divisions (Finance, HR, IT, Conferencing etc.)
  • Any questions
    ?
  • 36. Building a strong foundation for the future

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