Presenter or main title…Session Title or subtitle…Jisc Collaborative OpportunitiesMyles DansonProgramme Manager, Technolog...
15 minute aims1. Hear what weve done (provenance and quality of resources, expertise)2. Identify the benefits of engaging3...
Jisc BI and Analytics2010EngagedHESA HEIUser Group2010Nationalresearchfed InfoKitV12011-12Project Phaseto explorepractical...
BI InfoKit V2 (April 2013)
Analytics Resources (2013)Analytics is the process of developingactionable insights through problemdefinition and the appl...
Jisc Relationship Management
Benefits• Improved decision-making (anecdotal)• Better strategic planning (anecdotal)• Better risk management (anecdotal)•...
Collaboration Opportunities We have experts, expertise and advice in a variety of formats Wish to raise capacity in memb...
Vote: What would serve members needs best?What? Awareness raising Practitioner support Organisational supportHow? (your...
Who would like to work with us / references BI Webinar 13 Maywww.jiscbiwebinar.eventbrite.com BI InfoKIthttp://bit.ly-ji...
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Jisc business intelligence, analytics and relationship management collaborative opportunities

  1. 1. Presenter or main title…Session Title or subtitle…Jisc Collaborative OpportunitiesMyles DansonProgramme Manager, Technology Enhanced Business Change
  2. 2. 15 minute aims1. Hear what weve done (provenance and quality of resources, expertise)2. Identify the benefits of engaging3. What we hope to achieve next in terms of organisational and individualsupport to achieve those benefits4. What we might do collaboratively to help enhance your plausibility in thefield and reach your members5. Identify who is interested and provide references
  3. 3. Jisc BI and Analytics2010EngagedHESA HEIUser Group2010Nationalresearchfed InfoKitV12011-12Project Phaseto explorepracticalitiesroad testresource andfeedback2012Analyticsbolted onas series ofreports2013InfoKIt V2redesignedvia HESAHEI UserGroup &ready to go
  4. 4. BI InfoKit V2 (April 2013)
  5. 5. Analytics Resources (2013)Analytics is the process of developingactionable insights through problemdefinition and the application ofstatistical models and analysis againstexisting and / or simulated future data
  6. 6. Jisc Relationship Management
  7. 7. Benefits• Improved decision-making (anecdotal)• Better strategic planning (anecdotal)• Better risk management (anecdotal)• Competitive advantage (quantitative)• Income generation (quantitative)• Efficiency gains (quantitative)• Performance benchmarking (anecdotal and quantitative)• Student satisfaction (quantitative)• Student retention (quantitative)• League table ranking (quantitative)• Cash savings (e.g. from retired software, hardware, redeployed staff)• Income generation (quantitative)• Improved speed and efficiency (quantitative)• New capabilities and opportunities (anecdotal)• Improved quality and reduced risk (quantitative and anecdotal)• Better information management
  8. 8. Collaboration Opportunities We have experts, expertise and advice in a variety of formats Wish to raise capacity in members and members organisations toreap the benefits Cash available to co design & deliver interventions Q3 – Q4
  9. 9. Vote: What would serve members needs best?What? Awareness raising Practitioner support Organisational supportHow? (your existing plans or new interventions?) Digital (webinar / podcast / discussion / wiki) F2F
  10. 10. Who would like to work with us / references BI Webinar 13 Maywww.jiscbiwebinar.eventbrite.com BI InfoKIthttp://bit.ly-jisc_bi Analytics reports and case studieshttp://bit.ly/jisc_analytics Relationship Management InfoKithttp://bit.ly/jisc_rm These slideshttp://bit.ly/jisc_BI_RM_Analytics_offerM.danson@jisc.ac.ukhttp://myles.jiscinvolve.org/wp/@mylesdanson

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