From Policy Soup to Deliverable Strategy: a briefing for senior library staff
Date(s) - 05/05/2022
2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
M25 Directors’ Briefing
Directors and Heads of Service are invited to attend a Directors’ Briefing titled ‘From Policy Soup to Deliverable Strategy: a briefing for senior library staff’. Directors are invited to send a deputy if unable to attend themselves.
In this Directors’ Briefing, our speakers will present on their own experience and reflections developing and implementing policy in response to shifting external environments, and how this also influences strategy development. There will be a particular focus on engaging users and stakeholders in developing sustainable, policy-related services. This session is intended to provide library leaders with a range of perspectives and tips on connecting policy with strategy.
14.00 – Welcome and introduction (Andrew Preater, Director of Library Services, University of West London)
14.05 – Peter Bonfield, Vice-Chancellor, University of Westminster and Deputy Chair of London Higher
Q&A Chaired by Andrew Preater
14.40 – Andrew Oakes, Senior Knowledge and Evidence Lead, Department of Health and Social Care
Q&A Chaired by Matthew Lawson, Director of Library and Student Support, Middlesex University
15.15 – Close (Andrew Preater)
- Members – M25 Consortium members receive one free Directors’ Briefing place per institution per membership year. Additional member places cost £50
- Non-M25 Consortium members £75
Cancellations less than one week before the event will be charged a 50% cancellation fee.
In the event of a ‘no-show’ on the day, the full fee will be charged.
Information for joining this session
- This session is virtual and will run via Zoom. If your booking has been confirmed, joining instructions will be emailed to you one day prior to the event. If you do not receive the joining instructions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
To book a place please use our online booking form, remembering to include your PO number if applicable. Booking is essential.