Good Practice Exchange

Listed below are all Good Practice Exchange workshops from our current Programme. These one-day events enable delegates to hear from a recognised expert in the area and listen to good practice case studies from a range of institutions that have developed approaches in this area. They provide a chance to share experiences and expertise with colleagues in structured, small group discussions. The workshops are interactive and are open to between 30 and 35 delegates.

  • 13 Oct 2016

    Routes to Impact

    Good Practice Exchange Wellcome Collection, London

    This one-day workshop is an ARMA ‘good practice exchange’ event aimed at research managers and administrators who are new to impact or support impact from an allied role. The session will help share practice about how colleagues are managing and supporting a broad range of impact activity in their institutions. This GPE workshop will focus on planning routes to impact at the funding stage, delivering impact for REF, and considering how impact can be supported by research managers throughout the lifecycle of a project. Participants will have the opportunity to consider approaches in their own institution through an interactive workshop.

    fully booked

  • 07 Dec 2016

    Improving impact practice and strengthening impact delivery

    Good Practice Exchange The Park Inn Hotel, York

    This session will cover the development of impact strategy, and how it contributes to impact culture; building the capacity of impact support, through developing our professional skills; improving impact within an institution, through effective review and planning; and finally exploring the value of systems and how to maximise their usefulness.

    fully booked

  • 15 Mar 2017

    Planning for REF

    Good Practice Exchange The Novotel, Leeds

    This event is aimed at REF managers and those with responsibility for supporting REF2021, to help you understand the implications of moving to the new rules. The event will offer case study examples, and enable participants to discuss with colleagues from across the sector different approaches to planning. Places are limited, so book yours today.

  • 12 Apr 2017

    Systems for Ethical Approval

    Good Practice Exchange 30 Euston Square, London

    This one day workshop is ideal for anyone reviewing, developing or implementing systems and processes to manage ethical review. It will provide an opportunity to share experience and expertise around the policies, processes and systems that research organisations are using to promote good practice and monitor compliance with ethical approval requirements

  • 25 Apr 2017

    Understanding GCRF

    Good Practice Exchange The Park Inn, York

    This workshop will explore key challenges being faced with the onset of the Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) agenda, considering how we can be best placed to support applications moving forward. Delivered in collaboration between research development and academic staff, we’ll consider the structure of the various opportunities that have been presented, discuss PI timeline activity, project design, and look at how the applications themselves are being reviewed and key points of feedback. The event is aimed at research administrators and managers who play a key role in supporting the development and submission of GCRF applications.

    fully booked

  • 10 May 2017

    Supporting the Development and Implementation of Organisational Systems and Processes

    Good Practice Exchange Wellcome Collection, London

    Research Management often requires the implementation of new systems and processes to underpin the delivery of effective working practices. The need for change can be sparked by both internal and external drivers, and require research managers to formulate, commission or implement new IT systems or management processes.

    fully booked

  • 16 May 2017

    Responsible Use of Metrics

    Good Practice Exchange The Novotel, Leeds

    This good practice exchange will explore the concept of the responsible use of metrics in research and innovation management. Supported by real life case studies we will discuss what the responsible use of metrics looks like in practice, how Universities are responding to the Metric Tide report, and how to spot the irresponsible use of metrics.

    open for booking

  • 21 Jul 2017

    GCRF Due Diligence

    Good Practice Exchange Radisson Blu Edwardian, London

    For this GPE it is important to have delegates from all different institutions to ensure a variety in our discussions. Because of this, places will be limited to 2 delegates per institution. Please note, both attendees need to book on.

    fully booked