Three award-winning projects that you need to know about

Times Higher Education
The Times Higher Leadership & Management Awards earlier this month saw thirteen universities win awards for their work. Three of these universities have recently been featured in Efficiency Exchange discussing aspects of their work.
  • A focus on the end-user helped Loughborough University to win the outstanding strategic planning team category at the THELMAS. In April we spoke to chief operating officer Richard Taylor who explained how this user-focused approach helps to reduce ‘failure demand’: Shared services, student satisfaction and lost kings
  • Warwick University won the outstanding student admissions team following a root-and-branch review of its admissions service. This was designed by admissions staff in collaboration with academic staff, a process described in Darren Wallis’s blogpost from earlier this month: Simplify, Collaborate, Deliver at Warwick

You can find a full list of the THELMA winners on the awards website

Rosie Niven
Rosie is the content editor at Efficiency Exchange