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Meeting for the Curriculum Delivery programme took place at the Aston Lakeside Centre on 12 May 2009.

Programme Meeting for Transforming Curriculum Delivery

Event Icon Event Programme Meeting
Date 12 May 2009
Venue Aston Lakeside Centre Birmingham

Transformation: Measuring and Managing ChangeSummary of the meeting is now available

The Curriculum Delivery programme meeting took place at the Aston Lakeside Centre on 12 May 2009. 


  • Share best practice around managing and measuring change
  • Explore approaches to stakeholder engagement
  • Enable opportunities for networking between projects and clusters

Presentations from the Meeting

Session Led by

Welcome, news from the e-Learning Programme and the overview of the day (PowerPoint)

Lisa Gray

Strategies for change (PDF)
Overview of 5 different strategies to managing change and the impact these have on the change management process

Clive Alderson, JISC infoNet

The 8 Stage ‘adoption of change’ model (PDF)
Exploring the different stages of adopting change, the influencing skills change agents need in this process and how to make the most of your personal power base. Links to next session on stakeholder engagement

Clive Alderson

CABLE - a process to support and implement change (PDF)

Mark Russell
Peter Chatterton

How Engaged are your Stakeholders? (PDF) 
Strategies for engaging stakeholders in the curriculum transformation process

Peter Hartley
and Andrew Comrie

I wouldn’t start from here
Describing starting points in relation to project goals; involving stakeholders; programme synthesis and baselining questions. Capturing evidence of change.

Helen Beetham and Lou McGill