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28–31 March 2023
Lead Innovation, Creativity, and Change
The winners of the innovation race will land the next generations of consumers and provide better services to stakeholders more efficiently.
A recent McKinsey survey indicated that 70% of senior executives view innovation as one of the top three drivers of growth for their companies in the next three years. Yet most executives are generally disappointed in their ability to stimulate innovation.
There is no “one size fits all” solution to leading and driving innovation within a team, making it difficult to have a consistent approach.
In this time of continuous disruption, leaders need to solve new, undefined problems. The new leadership shift is less about having the answers and more about creating an organisation, and environment, that allows innovation to emerge.
Providing a team with the skills and tools to innovate, along with the confidence to risk implementing new ideas at scale, is not straightforward. It takes a cultural shift, a leadership commitment, and an aptitude for risk that does not come naturally to a lot of leaders.
13–14 April 2023
Sippy Downs, QLD
Planning for a Sustainable Future
Organized by a group of university planners from institutions across Asia via the HEPA Association, the HEPA Forum will provide a unique platform for university senior administrators across Asia to interact, share best practices and network. The HEPA Association is a not-for-profit professional body with almost 700 individuals, established to develop an Asian network of higher education planners and administrators with common interests to share experiences and learn from one another. The Association provides platforms for interactions, peer mentoring, learning, and collaborations among higher education planners and administrators. Our goal is to contribute towards the capability and strategic development of higher education institutions across Asia.
This year’s Forum aims to explore how universities contribute to a sustainable future and in doing so, how they apply the ideas to sustainable development in their own strategic and operational planning. Notable questions raised throughout the Forum will include:
16–19 April 2023
Explore the most pertinent issues facing higher education information technology and education professionals.
The Higher Education Technology Agenda (THETA) is Australasia’s number one biennial conference promoting the intelligent use of information technology in higher education and research.
THETA consistently features a line-up of visionary speakers and thought-provoking presentations that paint the big picture on emerging trends and the future landscape in the intelligent use of information technology in higher education and research.
26 April 2023 (11am – 12:30pm AEST)
An interactive workshop where professional and academic staff can explore the lived experiences of their colleagues on the other side of the ‘divide’ through storytelling and reflection.
8–10 May 2023
Connecting You To What’s Next In Data
Join leading professionals at CDAO Sydney 2023 who are active in the data and technology community in Sydney, leading change and passionate about the impact and value of data to share their experiences.
For all things data, this is the place to be to stay connected in NSW.
24 May 2023 (12–1:30pm AEST)
This 90-minute online session is designed to empower professionals to effectively communicate their work’s status, progress, and results to governance committees and other stakeholders.
30 May – 2 June 2023
Mark your calendars to join the 2023 AIR Forum in beautiful downtown Cleveland, OH.
With Lake Erie in its front yard, downtown Cleveland offers a picturesque setting for enjoying the history, innovation, and attractions that make this destination a conference favourite.
A state-of-the-art, sustainable convention centre campus and convenient host hotels in the centre of a vibrant downtown scene provide the perfect backdrop for AIR Forum attendees to gather and learn, connect, and share.
30 May – 1 June 2023
Insight to Action: Harnessing the Power of Feedback to Enhance Teaching Effectiveness and the Student Learning Experience.
Join the Bluenotes APAC 2023 conference, hosted by National University of Singapore (NUS), where higher-education leaders and practitioners in the APAC region are coming together, to connect and share experiences in using data and analytics to harness the power of feedback that enhance teaching effectiveness and student learning experience. Learn about how Blue-using institutions are automating data collection, improving faculty and student engagement, and reporting for insight-informed actions. Sharpen your skills and expertise in using feedback data for analytics. Discuss your challenges, opportunities, lessons learned, and inform Explorance’ s product direction. Expand your network of like-minded peers in institutional effectiveness, institutional research, teaching and learning, IT (Information Technology), and faculty.
20–21 June 2023
Live and in-person for the first time, join us at Data Architecture Melbourne to get concrete and actionable insights on the tools and strategies to build a flexible and scalable data system.
3–5 July 2023
This conference provides the opportunity to disseminate and discuss current research, good practice, emerging initiatives and leading edge ideas that are aimed at enhancing students’ tertiary learning experiences. Discussion on a wide variety of subjects is encouraged
4–7 July 2023
HERDSA is a scholarly society for people committed to the advancement of higher and tertiary education. It was established in 1972 to promote the development of higher education policy, practice and the study of teaching and learning. And it has been going strong for 50 years. HERDSA encourages and disseminates research on teaching and learning and higher education development. It also works to build strong academic communities. The conference is a cornerstone of HERDSA’s community-building.
HERDSA 2023 will be organised around broad conference themes:
27 July 2023 (12–1:30pm AEST)
In higher education, benchmarking, setting targets and measuring success are crucial components of continuous improvement and institutional accountability. This 90-minute online session is designed to empower professionals to contribute to continuous improvement and accountability in higher education and to support the development of world-class institutions of higher learning.
30 July – 2 August 2023
Reflect and Reimagine
The theme of Bluenotes GLOBAL 2023 is “Reflect and Reimagine: 10 Years of Shaping Higher Education”, as we come together to reflect on 10 years of learning, sharing, problem-solving, and growing as a community.
As we look to navigate through the transforming world of higher education, Bluenotes Community institutions convene to share their experiences in automating data collection, improving engagement, and reporting for insight-informed actions that drive teaching effectiveness and student success.
4–6 September 2023
Connecting You To What’s Next In Data
Now in its seventh year, we are thrilled to bring together Australia’s largest gathering of Senior Level Data and Analytics Executives to explore what 2023 will have in store.
CDAO Melbourne 2023 will deliver THE industry roadmap for achieving data and analytics success.
We welcome data, analytics, and AI leaders from across Australia to explore the key topics, challenges, and opportunities in the space. Joining executives from multiple industries – ranging from finance to healthcare, logistics to retail, academia to government – CDAO Melbourne is THE event helping executives shape the future and derive value from data in their business.
10–13 October 2023
International education: visionary and transformative
Auckland, New Zealand
Connecting You To What’s Next In Data
As part of Corinium’s Global Series, CDAO Auckland is the leading event for senior data, analytics, and digital executives to uncover opportunities with new insights, fine-tune innovative thinking, and transform your organisation into a data-driven powerhouse.
Featuring 50+ expert speakers from across New Zealand’s data and analytics industry this coming November, mark your calendars now for the ultimate data and analytics experience in unparalleled learning, networking and problem-solving.
5–8 November 2023
Seattle, WA, USA
The premier event for Enrollment Management professionals
Attendees will enjoy professional development and networking as they develop tools and resources for taking enrollment outcomes to a new level. Build, enhance, and revamp your foundation for a comprehensive enrollment management plan, develop insights and ideas to position you and your institution at the forefront of the profession, and improve student success through creative recruitment and retention strategies.
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