Module 1: Research workload allocation / output models and Enterprise Agreement wrap-up - Held on Monday, 17 November 2014

Module 2: Setting the MALP agenda for 2015 and performance management - Held on Tuesday, 9 December 2014

Module 3: Flinders at Tonsley with the Vice-Chancellor and Senior Vice-President - Held on Wednesday, 18 February 2015

Module 4: Managing up - Held on Thursday, 26 March 2015

Module 5: Influencing up - Held on Thursday, 7th May 2015

Module 6: In conversation with the DVC(A) - Held on Thursday, 25th June 2015

Module 7: In conversation with the DVC(R) - Held on Tuesday, 4th August 2015

Module 8: Managing the freeze - Held on Wednesday, 4th November 2015

Module 9: End of year wrap-up - Held on Wednesday, 9th December

Participant List 


Module 1: Research workload allocation / output models and Enterprise Agreement wrap-up

Held on Monday, 17 November 2014, from 9:30am - 1:30pm Beachside Room 3, Glenelg Pier Hotel

Discussion papers provided to participants prior to attending:

EMAIL re MALP 29 October 2014 (PDF 22KB)

Research output benchmarking session agenda (PDF 132KB)

Flinders research output benchmarking paper (PDF 176KB)

Biology research performance guidelines 2012 paper (PDF 63KB)

School of Education research workload formula paper (PDF 120KB)

University of Tasmania research performance expectations paper (PDF 231KB)

Presentations and papers provided at the session:

CaPS workload model summary paper (PDF 101KB)

Presentation by Joe Shapter and Ian Menz (PDF 558KB)

EA presentation by John White (PDF 312KB)

 

Module 2: Setting the MALP agenda for 2015 and performance management

Held on Tuesday, 9 December 2014, from 10:00am - 2.00pm Science Innovation Learning Centre (SILC Building), Bedford Park

Presentation provided at the session:

Powerpoint - discussion points for setting the MALP 2015 agenda (PDF 493KB)  

 

Module 3: Flinders at Tonsley with the Vice-Chancellor and Senior Vice-President

Held on Wednesday, 18 February 2015, from 9:30am - 1.30pm Flinders at Tonsley, hosted by Prof John Roddick

Presentations by:

Professor Colin Stirling, Vice-Chancellor -  Shaping the future of teaching and research at Flinders

Mr Shane McGregor, Senior Vice-President -  Strategic finances and implications of governmentt funding models

Dr Brodie Beales, Special Projects, Office of the DVC(R) -  Update on Research Output Benchmarking project 

 

Module 4: Managing up

Held on Thursday, 26 March 2015, from 1pm to 4.45pm at The Monastery, Glen Osmond

Facilitated by:

Mark Douglas, Director of Ethos Australia

Presentation of survey outcomes provided at the session, together with notes from group discussions:

Survey results and notes - MALP 26Mar2015 (PDF 107KB)

 

Module 5: Influencing up

Held on Thursday, 7th May 2015, from 12pm to 3.30pm Council Room, Registry Building, Bedford Park

Facilitated by:

Mark Douglas, Director of Ethos Australia

Presentation by Professor David Day, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research):

DVCR Presentation to MALP May2015 (PDF 236KB)

 

Module 6: In conversation with the DVC(A)

Held on Thursday, 25th June 2015, from 12.15pm to 4.00pm at Belair Park Country Club, Belair

Facilitated by:

Professor Paul Worley and Professor John Roddick

Special Guest:

Professor Andrew Parkin, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) 

 

Module 7: In conversation with the DVC(R)

Held on Tuesday, 4th August 2015, from 9.00am to 1.00pm Council Room, Registry Building, Bedford Park

Facilitated by:

Professor Joe Shapter

Special Guest:

Professor Robert Saint, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) 

 

Module 8: Managing the freeze

Held on Wednesday, 4th November 2015, from 9.00am to 12.00pm Room 5.29, Tonsley

Panel discussion with special guests:

Mr Stuart Mossman, Acting Senior Vice-President

Mr John White, Director Human Resources 

 

Module 9: End of year wrap-up

Held on Wednesday, 9th December, from 3pm to 5pm Science Innovation Learning Centre, Bedford Park

Group caucus discussion

 


MALP Participants

A list showing name, School and email address for the 2014-2015 participants is available here:

MALP Participants - July 2015 (PDF 112KB)

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