A project run by universities, for universities to develop an online performance enhancement tool right for the education and research sector.
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Case Study: Managing Student Engagement and Progress Tracking
The Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry at the University of Bristol have successfully implemented a version of the PFA software that radically improves the way in which the Faculty engages and communicates with masters and post graduate students.
Some of the results from a survey conducted after a pilot in a leading university - contact us to learn more
About the project
Recent research suggests that up to 34% of time at work is spent on tasks that have limited impact on organisational goals. If it were possible to increase these productivity levels by just 2%, this would be an efficiency saving (in an average UK University) of £7.7 million per year, every year.
Performance For All is a sector-led project to test how web technology, built
and used successfully in the commercial sector, can be developed in order to have real impact in Higher Education.
It is a self-developed project, we do not seek, nor do we have, any central funding. A number of universities have simply come together, having examined what is already commercially available, around a need to develop practical solutions to the performance management challenge. We wish to create a tool that can meet some, or all, of the challenges faced by our diverse sector.
A wordcloud created after a recent PFA group meeting - click to view larger