Innovation for Performance in HE
|Programme leaders||Selyf Morgan|
The module considers Higher Education Institutions as part of an Innovation System that includes stakeholders and institutions within industry, government, and national and international non-governmental agencies, paying attention to both local society and the global networks within which HEIs operate, and their influence on academic activity, staff expertise, and student recruitment.
Functional and institutional components of HE including Education, Research, and Social or Engagement missions, and concepts of governance systems, norms, working cultures, and networks are explored from the Innovation System perspective, along with the interactions between actors and elements of the system that affect the development and diffusion of innovations.
Managers & Leaders at all levels
Understanding the position and role of the institution within a wider context is important for all levels of management. In HE, all managers should be able to consider innovative management processes within a framework that links the functions and processes of HE institutions, and enables effective change within a rapidly evolving global market.
Participation from a wide range of HE managers in this module will encourage greater institutional coherence and help to internalise and promote common concepts for institutional innovation.
- Understand ‘Innovation Systems’ concepts and applying these to HE
- Identifying barriers to, and opportunities for innovation in HE
- Understand the place of HE as a producer of knowledge.
|Who should attend|
All those who lead or manage staff.
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