Loughborough University hosts a forum on collaboration and shared services in higher education on Wednesday 22 April 2015.
Aimed at senior business managers, the event explores what UK universities could learn from the global efficiency agenda, offering insights into public sector practice in the USA, lessons from retail in the Far East, plus a case study on a new project to model the costs and benefits of collaboration between UK HEIs.
Andrew Rothwell and Ian Herbert of Loughborough University’s School of Business and Economics will also launch an executive report which explains how the shared services phenomenon is more than just about headline cost savings and asks how it might work in higher education. The report will also be available for download from Efficiency Exchange.
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The forum is supported by the Efficiency Exchange, CIMA, Chazey Partners and Loughborough University.