Strategy development course 2011

DARMA now offers a workshop on strategic issues in research administration and management for the second time.

The speakers at the workshop will make short presentations as a starting point for discussions and sharing of experience among the participants. A case will be used to work with strategic issues on a practical level.

The workshop focuses on strategic issues from the macro to the micro level. 

The course has been developed in cooperation with research managers nationally and internationally and will be taught in English.

The number of participants is limited to 15-20 persons to facilitate an intense learning and networking environment.

 Venue: The Old Town, Aarhus
 Start: Thursday 6 October 2011 – 9.00
 Finish: Friday 7 October 2011 – 15.30
 Costs: 8.000 kroner for DARMA members, 10.000 kroner for non-members
 Deadline: Thursday 1 September 2011

The fee covers one night at the hotel on 6 October, course and meals. An additional night with arrival on 5 October costs kr. 1.100 extra. 

Registration: Send e-mail to darma@darma.dk with expression of interest (see below)

In case of oversubscription, DARMA will ensure that there is broad representation from member institutions.

On 2 September, it will be announced who will participate and who is on a waiting list (if there is oversubscription).


Thursday 6 October 2011

09:00 Welcome and Introduction (John Westensee and Ian Carter)
09:30The external policy environment for strategic management in universities (Mats Benner)
11:00Developing an institutional strategy for the future and implementation (Mats Benner).
13:00Introduction to cases (Ian Carter)
13:30Group session on case including break
15:30 Strategic people issues: Recruitment, career development and management in academia
16:30 Group session on case
20:00Models of Research Support (informal discussion)

Friday 7 October 2011

08:30Strategic finance issues (Ian Carter)
09:30Organising university administration to support strategic goals
11:00Group session on case
13:30Presentation and discussion of strategic plans (Ian Carter)
15:30Coffee and departure


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