june, 2022

mon13jun(jun 13)14:00fri17(jun 17)19:00Online EventSmart Data Management: The Smart ways to collect, analyse, manage and communicate dataLocation:online

Event Details

Data management plays a central role in leading modern business schools forward. It supports external compliance, accreditation, rankings, stakeholder accountability, strategising, risk management, internal management-by-objectives, portfolio performance measurement, assurance of learning, publishing and granting quality assurance more generally – a list that can easily be further extended.As a consequence, business schools have to collect, process, analyse and maintain more data than ever before. This trend of institutional management becoming more data-driven is likely to continue in the foreseeable future. As data management is assuming a more strategic role in business school development, it also requires systematic senior management attention.
This how-to workshop will provide you with the tools to understand the power of data for creating strategy and finding ways to source, build, embed and recycle data in a smart and simple way for multiple purposes.
In this two-session workshop, you will develop an in-depth understanding of Smart Data Management in business schools and higher education contexts using an ecosystem perspective and you will be able to evaluate the positioning of your institution in the light of the basic principles and best practices of SDM.
The exercise between the two sessions will provide you with practical experience on how to write data requirements for a specific situation related to accreditation reporting and how that data will help you tell a compelling story of a school for a specific audience. The exercise will be case study based and will involve approx. a half-day of work. A Q&A session will close the workshop.

DURING THE WORKSHOP, YOU WILL LEARN

  • how to develop data requirements to be able to collect the right reliable data from the right people;
  • how to write data specifications to meet your needs for quality processes and reporting with the different departments such as IT, HR, etc.;
  • how to recycle data in a smart way to reuse for smart data classification and efficient quality processes;
  • how to communicate the data as a source for solving problems and identifying opportunities;
  • how to use your skills and knowledge to influence and embed data management into your school strategy.

TARGET GROUP
This two-session workshop is especially relevant to quality assurance professionals, professional and academic staff responsible for rankings and data management and anybody wishing to understand the power of data in business schools and higher education contexts.

CRITERIA FOR RECEIVING A DIGITAL BADGE

  • Active participation at both live sessions (using video and microphone).
  • Fulfilling assignment in between the live sessions.

The workshop will be delivered online (using Zoom). To ensure the best Zoom experience, we recommend that you install the latest version of the Zoom Client for Meetings, if you are not familiar with Zoom, you can test the tool via this weblink.

Programme

Monday 13 June 2022

14:00 – 19:00 CEST

Session no. 1: How do I make providers understand my data needs, and how do I make the data work for me?

Here you will be geared up to put your data needs to print by learning how to write data specifications for process and outcome quality measures to different kinds of in-house providers, such as the IT and HR departments. That is, you will learn how to get hold of the data and from whom. You will also learn how to make the most of the data for different purposes.

Friday 17 June 2022

14:00 – 19:00 CEST

Session no. 2: How do I how communicate the data as a source for solving problems and identifying opportunities?

Embedding data management into strategy and creating the data analytics involves adjusting cultures and mindsets and typically requires a multifaceted approach that includes training, role modelling by leaders, and incentives and metrics to reinforce behaviour. The session will give hands-on advice on influencing and presenting data to internal stakeholders such as management, faculty, and staff.

Practical information

TUITION FEES

  • EFMD member: EUR 400
  • Non-member: EUR 490

A 20% discount on the applicable fee will be available for every second and further participant coming from the same institution. Should that be your case, please contact Andrea Maresova prior to registering online.

The fee is payable before the workshop by bank transfer/credit card. Please make sure to register at your earliest convenience (but not later than 21 April 2022 to be able to start on time with the preparatory work for the workshop).

Cancellation policy: cancellations must be confirmed in writing before 6 June 2022, and a cancellation fee amounting to EUR 40 for administrative costs will be charged. After the above-mentioned deadline, we are unfortunately unable to refund any fees. However, in such cases, substitutes are welcomed at no extra cost as long as the substitute’s name, title, and address are communicated enough time ahead.

Speakers

  • Benjamin Stevenin

    Benjamin Stevenin

    CEO RimaOne & Co-creator of ACADEM Learning in Innovations

    CEO RimaOne & Co-creator of ACADEM Learning in Innovations

  • Björn Kjellander

    Björn Kjellander

    Director of Quality Assurance and Accreditation Jönköping International Business School, Sweden

    Director of Quality Assurance and Accreditation Jönköping International Business School, Sweden

  • Isabelle Fagnot

    Isabelle Fagnot

    Associate Dean & Professor Management of Information Systems, Learning & Teaching, Quality & Accreditations, Rankings; Kedge Business School, France

    Associate Dean & Professor Management of Information Systems, Learning & Teaching, Quality & Accreditations, Rankings; Kedge Business School, France

  • Kirsteen Daly

    Kirsteen Daly

    Accreditations, Rankings and Communication Manager at the Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow, UK

    Accreditations, Rankings and Communication Manager at the Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow, UK

Location

online

Time

june 13 (monday) 14:00 - june 17 (friday) 19:00