3rd PFA Working Group Meeting "The Business Case For Performance Management - A Strategic View
To be held on 28th November 2012 at University of East London (10.30am - 3.30pm)
To book your place please email Maddy Tomkins at email@example.com or call 01179 117950
The first two PFA working group events (engaging academics and moving towards implementation), were very well attended and produced lots of useful output for colleagues. Feedback suggests that one issue that many are grappling with right now is around developing the business case for an investment in on-line performance management tools.
Performance Management encompasses a whole range of activities which should ensure your university goals are consistently being met in an effective and efficient manner.
The Performance For All (PFA) project has been working with over 50 Universities, mainly in the UK, but also abroad to understand, develop and trial performance management solutions for the HE sector. The approach to performance management amongst these universities has been, understandably, extremely varied but important themes and issues are beginning to emerge.
On the 28th of November PFA is holding an event for HROs at which the partner Universities can share some of the approaches, strategic lessons, conversations and actions that are taking place. We will aim to explore in more detail some of the key business drivers that leading to universities worldwide putting sophisticated performance management systems and processes in place and what these look like, as well as looking at the risks and/or benefits of different approaches. We will also consider the role and impact performance management can have on the competitiveness of universities and their ability to respond to some of the pressures being faced today both within the UK and abroad.
Confirmed speakers include: Guy Gregory, HRD, University of Bristol John Brady, HRD, University of Reading Ronnie Magee, HRD, University of Ulster Theodore Mason, CEO, Simitive
Itinerary 10:30 to 11:00 - Arrival and Coffee 11:00 to 11:10 - Welcome and Introductions, Guy Gregory, HRD Uni of Bristol and PFA Chair 11:10 to 11:20 - Performance Management - A definition for HE 11:20 to 12:00 - Measurable outcomes of Performance Management 12:00 to 12:45 - Learning, themes and experiences of PFA from the ‘non-HE’ side of the fence… 12:45 to 13:30 - Ronnie Magee, HRD Uni of Ulster: Performance Management Challenges and action at Ulster LUNCH 14:00 to 14:45 - John Brady, HRD Uni of Reading: Performance Management Challenges and action at Reading 14:45 to 15:15 - Nick Glossop, Simitive: Moving towards a dynamic objective setting environment – challenges and benefits. 15:15 to 15:30 - Guy Gregory, HRD University of Bristol: The year ahead for the Performance For All project HOME
Performance For All is working in partnership with Simitive to develop its suite of university tools.