The purpose of this project (LGMF081) funded by Hefce's Leadership, Governance and Management Fund is to help English HEIs become more self-sufficient in:
The project defines Organisational Development as a set of explicit processes carefully planned and implemented to benefit the performance of the organisation as a whole.
Led by Professor José Chambers, Chair of the national Organisational Development in Higher Education group, the project involved an online survey, face-to-face interviews in a cross-section of HEIs, liaison with relevant professional organisations and comparison with findings from related work. The resultant materials include:
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The project team comprised:
The team is participating in a range of dissemination events and follow-up activities and would be pleased to respond to further invitations to present and discuss the project outcomes and their implications for the development of universities and the roles of key players in organisational development and change.
Please contact José Chambers in the first instance.
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