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Jo Johnson commits to Teaching Excellence Framework The government is “committed to introducing a Teaching Excellence Framework” in England, according to Jo Johnson, the universities and science minister. Mr Johnson made the comment in a statement accompanying the Higher Education Funding Council for England’s launch of its consultation on new quality assurance arrangements. Hefce’s consultation also gives some further details about the TEF, which the Conservatives committed to introducing in their election manifesto. There will be a Department for Business, Innovation and Skills consultation with the sector on the TEF in the autumn, Hefce said.

Teaching at the heart of the system - Speeches Thank you to Universities UK (UUK) for hosting us today. In my first speech on universities a month ago, I addressed the subject of international education. I am proud of the sector’s international standing and reputation around the world. Today, I want to reflect further on what underpins this excellence, and what more we can do to enhance it. At the root of that success is the autonomy and academic freedom that enables us to attract brilliant people to work in and run our universities and lead our sectoral bodies. I’d like to congratulate Nicola Dandridge for her recent CBE and thank outgoing UUK President, Chris Snowden, for his excellent service.

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The Cynefin Framework - Problem-Solving Skills From MindTools.com Using the Most Appropriate Problem-Solving Process © iStockphotoJaap2 Make the best move with the Cynefin framework. The most effective leaders understand that problem solving is not a "one-size-fits-all" process. Certificate Programs: The “New Black” in Professional Development In today’s ever-evolving workforce, lifelong learning is the key to gainful and fulfilling employment—which is why successful professionals are always on the lookout for quality continuing education, designed to drive career advancement. That being said, industry-relevant, postsecondary certificates are fast becoming the “new black” in professional development, at a time when employers and employees alike are increasingly focused on maximizing their return on training and tuition investment. In fact, studies show that certificates can indeed serve as a gateway to higher pay (as much as 25 percent), increased responsibility and greater job satisfaction—especially when provided by a highly regarded and regionally accredited university, with a vast network of industry partners. And online certificate programs offer a unique opportunity to fit professional development into busy schedules and workplaces, by making it possible to complete them from anywhere, at any time. Susan C.

Effectiveness Over Efficiency: How to Succeed in Today’s Higher Ed Market The higher education space is in flux, but it has yet to face a true crisis that forces wholesale changes industry wide. That said, given the massive changes in demographics, the only barriers truly standing in the way of such a crisis are the quickly diminishing state subsidies that allow institutions to maintain their status quo operational models—and those walls are tumbling down. The majority of today’s students are non-traditional and expect to be treated as customers. This means institutions can no longer be successful trying to serve everyone everything; finding a niche and being the best at serving that niche is the name of the game.

A Leader’s Framework for Decision Making Executive Summary Reprint: R0711C Many executives are surprised when previously successful leadership approaches fail in new situations, but different contexts call for different kinds of responses. Before addressing a situation, leaders need to recognize which context governs it—and tailor their actions accordingly. Snowden and Boone have formed a new perspective on leadership and decision making that’s based on complexity science. The result is the Cynefin framework, which helps executives sort issues into five contexts:

White House: Innovation in Higher Education A few weeks ago, I received an invitation to the White House. The invitation was somewhat cryptic, but basically stated that the focus on the meeting was on quality and innovation. This invite was then followed a week later with a link to a post by Ted Mitchell, Undersecretary of Education, on Innovation and Quality in Higher Education, to help prepare for the conversation. The event organizers made it clear that no media or social media was allowed during the event in order to have an open brainstorming session. My thoughts below are suitably vague so as to not identify who else was there and the specifics of the meeting. Instead, my comments are more about my personal reactions to the conversation without going into details about who said what specifically.

The Australian Idea of a University … we must preserve the unworldly space in which university teachers are able to reveal to their students what it means, mostly deeply, to devote one’s life to an academic vocation—to live an answer to Callicles. They will then reveal to their students, who will go into the world to live many kinds of lives, a value in their education that nourishes them more deeply than the kind of liberal education that many people praise. So philosopher Raimond Gaita argued the case for the unworldly university in his lecture ‘To Civilise the City?’11 His deeply felt evocation of the purpose of a university proposed an institution that engages critically with the world, enriching students and their society. Pervading Professor Gaita’s lecture is a sense of loss; the life of the mind has been overwhelmed by ‘managerial newspeak’. The public duty of a university has surrendered to the pressures of the marketplace.

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