Is there a major achievement at your university that you would like to highlight? Why not create a case study to share what you and your colleagues have been doing and what outcomes have been achieved.
In a survey of our readers, 88% of respondents said that they want to see case studies on Efficiency Exchange, so there is clearly a demand from your fellow professionals to hear about your successes and lessons learned.
A case study would usually be around 700 words in length and would have the following characteristics:
- Summary – a brief description of the project
- Background – how the project started
- Benefits – what difference did it make?
- Success factors – what made the project a success
- Learning points – some bullet points outlining lessons for others
- Contact info – a contact name and email address to which further enquiries can be directed
- Quantifiable benefits – savings / return on investment data
If you have a case study that you would like to write, please contact Rosie Niven to discuss it further.
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