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Introduction. Innovation & Transformation Fund. A HEFCE ( Higher Education Funding Council for England ) and LFHE ( Leadership Foundation for Higher Education ) collaboration:

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Innovation transformation fund
Innovation & Transformation Fund

A HEFCE (Higher Education Funding Council for England) and LFHE (Leadership Foundation for Higher Education) collaboration:

“which will support innovative projects to improve efficiency in universities and higher education colleges over the period 2012 to 2013.”

Itf projects
ITF Projects

Building Human Resource Capacity and Collaboration in UK Students’ Unions

Delivering efficiency through effective benchmarking

The Innovation and Efficiency Hub (‘the Hub’)

Open Course in Technology Enhanced Learning (OCTEL)

Outsourcingas a route to efficiency and effectiveness in the higher education sector in the UK

The ProcurementAcademy

ProcurementMaturity Assessments (PMA) for all English HEIs

Student Advisory Model (SAM)

A Transferrable Model for Academic Workload Management and TRAC Reporting

Wams project
WAMS Project

Significant interest across the Sector in how to manage academic workload in ways that are demonstrably:

Felt fair

Aligned to institutional need

Attuned to diverse missions and disciplines

Affordable and generative of income

Costed (priced?) at full economic cost

Wams project1
WAMS Project

UWE process:

Covers whole institution

Designed and negotiated internally

Coded and documented



Wams project2
WAMS Project

The ITF challenge to UWE:

Prove that it can work

Explain how it can be implemented

Demonstrate how it works

Engage potential adopters

Define a system and identify a process for transfer

Wams outcomes
WAMS Outcomes

It can be done

It is being done

There is experience of it being done

There is a model of it being done

There is a system to do it

There is interest in transferring it

Transferability issues
Transferability Issues

Technical compatibility

Procedural compatibility

Cultural compatibility

Some key features
Some Key Features

Strong project management

Systematic approach

Realistic timescale

Inclusive process of design

Top management commitment

Top management engagement

Top management perseverance

Careful consideration of transferability