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USTREAM peer learning seminar: National and institutional approaches to delivering efficiency


The second peer learning seminar will address national and institutional approaches to delivering efficiency. The focus will be to provide case studies on key efficiency measures implemented in Ireland and their impact and effectiveness.
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Hosted by the Irish Universities Association at the Royal College of Physicians in Ireland , Dublin, Ireland

4 - 5 December 2017

  • The second peer learning seminar will address national and institutional approaches to delivering efficiency. The focus will be to provide case studies on key efficiency measures implemented in Ireland and their impact and effectiveness. 

    Objectives

    Participants will explore the challenges encountered and lessons learnt and try to identify what scope may exist for transferability of these to other institutions or higher education systems. The seminar will also investigate what types of measures are most effective in delivering efficiency and why and what the key enablers are with regard to delivering and maximising efficiency. Participants will consider what role funding and funding models have on implementation of efficiency measures and try to understand the limits to efficiency. 
    They will be able to benefit from
    - Cutting-edge experience and technical knowledge shared by peers and experts in efficiency through multiple case studies and group discussions
    - Networking and exchange of good practices and knowledge of most effective transferrable measures in delivering efficiency at national, sectoral & institutional levels
    - Contribution to the design of national and European policies on a topic of importance for the sector

    Participants

    The seminar will bring together ca. 20 university leaders and senior managers experienced in the design, implementation or evaluation of efficiency oriented activities. The event will be of special interest to rectors, vice rectors, or other members of the universities’ leadership team, registrars, heads of administration, finance and HR services, and deans, as well as public officials at national higher education ministries and controlling agencies overseeing efficiency related matters. 

     

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