Presentation on theme: "Lean and Market Driven HE: After the Browne Report Dr Steve Martin Coventry University."— Presentation transcript:
Lean and Market Driven HE: After the Browne Report Dr Steve Martin Coventry University
Introduction HE: the key changes but what does it mean ? whats sheep farming got to do with it? HEIs: the new normal? manufacturing make-over Lean by Design
HE: some of the key changes student fees capped but increased from £6-9k teaching grant reduced continued investment in STEM subjects loans available to part-time students private sector involvement the 2-year degree student numbers managed by entry points? institutional HEFCE funding at course level no capital funding
How might this translate higher student expectations lower student numbers (14%) and income regional recruitment increase in learn-as-you-earn students three teaching semesters increased reliance on international student income differential course pricing
Shear diversity Farm shop Rare breeds Visitor centre Conservation projects Speciality products B & B Eco-mower Tea rooms Film Extras
HEI: the new normal? If we always do what weve always done, will we always get what weve always had ? What about if we improve on what weve always done?
HEI: the new normal? WBL Part-time Applied research Course focus E-learning Overseas collaboration International focus FE/HE collaboration Consultancy Private Sector Collaboration
Application of the Five Principles of Lean Identify Customers and Specify Value Identify and Map the Value Stream Create Flow by Eliminating Waste Respond to Customer Pull Pursue Perfection
centres of excellence plant-within-a-plant product not process focus customer focus supplier partnerships competitor collaboration The Manufacturing Make-over Organising for Lean:
Lean by Design: Creating the Future State Facilities planning Cell design Activity Timing Logistics scheduling Sequencing & balancing
Lean by Design: Creating the Future State order placement to payment speed cash flow inventory
Lean Thinking in the HE sector Long-term competitive strategy One that provides improvement for the customer Short-term cost-cutting strategy One that provides improvement for the provider
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