october, 2018

mon29oct(oct 29)13:30wed31(oct 31)14:00The Programme Management Accelerator WorkshopTheme: Key ingredient of delivering high-quality degree education successfully13:30 - 14:00 (31) UTC+2 Location: Tallinn, Estonia

Event Details

Notice: this event is now fully booked!

Target group
We are inviting Senior Teaching & Learning professionals of business schools in charge of degree programmes to participate in a two-day workshop spanning over three days. Target audience is programme managers broadly involved in the entire value chain of degree provision from admission to placement. Programme Directors, Associate/Assistant Deans and Program Managers who already hold or intend to assume transformational roles in their institution and who would like to tackle current challenges in management education would benefit from this offering.

Host

Tallin University of Technology

Location

Tallinn, Estonia

Time

29 (Monday) 13:30 - 31 (Wednesday) 14:00 UTC+2

Address

Tallinn University of Technology

Ehitajate tee 5, 12616 Tallinn

Schedule

    • Day 1
    • Day 2
    • Day 3
    • October 29, 2018
    • 13:00 Welcome13:00 - 14:00Welcome & introduction of The Programme Management Accelerator Workshop

    • 14:00 Quality of Degree Provision – The External Perspective 14:00 - 15:00This session will highlight how international accreditation frameworks (e.g. EQUIS, EPAS) define quality; how to utilize an accreditation project to push the internal quality/ excellence agenda and how to link a quality improvement project to the institution’s strategic positioning and refocusingSpeakers: Ulrich Hommel

    • 15:00 Coffee break15:00 - 15:30Coffee break

    • 15:30 Quality of Degree Provision – The Internal Perspective 15:30 - 17:00The session will provide the answers and concrete examples on how learning outcome management, e.g. based on EPAS framework, adds value; how to move beyond compliance and indicator-based management and how to organize the interplay between programme management and quality assurance/ formal programme review.Speakers: Sami Saarenketo

    • 17:00 Break17:00 - 17:15Break

    • 17:15 Virtual Session17:15 - 18:45Virtual Session with Corporate Talent Management Expert

    • 19:00 Dinner19:00 - 22:00Dinner

    • October 30, 2018
    • 9:00 Putting the Managerial Basics in Place9:00 - 11:00The session will explain how to measure performance in degree provision; how to balance the programme versus programme portfolio view; how to interact with academic departments; how to control and manage the value chain from marketing to placement and how to deal with the teaching & learning administration on the university level and centralized services.Speakers: Sami Saarenketo

    • 11:00 Coffee break11:00 - 11:30Coffee break

    • 11:30 Managing the Impact & Engagement Agenda11:30 - 13:00The session will be focused on how to engage with external stakeholders and which strategies are particularly effective; how to manage work-placement and project work from a relevance/impact perspective; how to enrich pedagogy with stakeholder-facilitated mentoring and coaching?Speakers: Ulrich Hommel

    • 13:00 Lunch13:00 - 14:00Lunch

    • 14:00 Managing the Change Agenda – Innovation & Pedagogy14:00 - 15:30The session will answer how to manage curricular updating and innovation; how to move from traditional delivery to innovative formats such as flipped classrooms?Speakers: Jordi Diaz

    • 15:30 Coffee break15:30 - 16:00Coffee break

    • 16:00 Managing the Change Agenda – Technology16:00 - 17:00The session will give answers on how to use learning platforms effectively; what is the right blend in blended learning; how to plan multiple pathways including online provision; what are the implications for infrastructure development and many more.Speakers: Jordi Diaz

    • 17:00 Break17:00 - 17:30Break

    • 17:30 Group Activity17:30 - 19:30Group Activity

    • 19:30 Networking Dinner19:30 - 22:00Networking Dinner & Exploration of Tallinn

    • October 31, 2018
    • 09:00 Leading the Provision of Degree Programmes09:00 - 10:30This session will move from leading oneself to leading others; it will explore which leadership approaches work and why and how typical leadership traps can be avoided?Speakers: Steven Poelmans

    • 10:30 Coffee break10:30 - 11:00Coffee break

    • 11:00 Leading the Provision... (continued)11:00 - 12:30This session will move from leading oneself to leading others; it will explore which leadership approaches work and why and how typical leadership traps can be avoided? Speakers: Steven Poelmans

    • 12:30 Wrap-up12:30 - 13:00Wrap-up

    • 13:00 Lunch13:00 - 14:00Buffet Lunch

Speakers for this event

  • Jordi Diaz

    Jordi Diaz

    Director of Executive Academy, Associate Dean EADA Business School

    Director of Executive Academy, Associate Dean EADA Business School

  • Sami Saarenketo

    Sami Saarenketo

    Dean, School of Business and Management at Lappeenranta University of Technology, LUT

    Dean, School of Business and Management at Lappeenranta University of Technology, LUT

  • Steven Poelmans

    Steven Poelmans

    Leadership professor at EADA, Spain and Antwerp Management School, Belgium

    Leadership professor at EADA, Spain and Antwerp Management School, Belgium

  • Ulrich Hommel

    Ulrich Hommel

    Director Business School Development, EFMD & EFMD GN

    Director Business School Development, EFMD & EFMD GN

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