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Chartered ABS Annual Conference 2015 Delivering Value, Driving Growth 9-10 November, Manchester

Programme

Chartered Association of Business Schools Annual Conference 2015 - Delivering Value, Driving Growth 9-10 November 2015, Hilton Deansgate Mancheser

The Chartered ABS Annual Conference brings together deans, directors and senior managers from the UK’s business schools for high-level discussion, ideas sharing and networking. This year the conference takes place against a backdrop of nascent economic growth, increasing international competition, funding cuts and an uncertain relationship with the EU. The two-day programme explores the ways in which UK business schools can develop and implement strategies to grow their capabilities to deliver greater value, quality and impact. Participants will have the opportunity to:       

Explore how business schools can drive economic growth at local and national levels Investigate the ways in which business schools can deliver value to multiple stakeholders Hear from the Government about its plans for higher education providers Assess the shape of the funding landscape in the coming years Have interactive discussions with business leaders about the key skills and knowledge needed from business school graduates Explore approaches to effective multi-discipline and cross-sector research collaborations Discuss internal challenges faced by Deans in managing pressure to deliver growth and value for less

Venue Hilton Hotel 303 Deansgate Manchester M3 4LQ Tel: +44-161-870-1600 The Hilton Deansgate has stunning city views from floor-to-ceiling windows, presenting an iconic landmark on Manchester’s skyline. Participants are responsible for making their own accommodation arrangements and can book rooms at the Hilton for £142 per night, including breakfast and taxes, reduced from £219.

SPEAKERS The two-day programme is delivered by leading speakers from business schools, the wider higher education community, government and the commercial sector.

Business schools

Professor Julia Clarke Dean Manchester Metropolitan University Business School

Professor Simon Collinson Dean Birmingham Business School

Professor Fiona Devine OBE Head of School Manchester Business School

Professor George Feiger Executive Dean Aston Business School

Jerry Forrester Deputy Chair Chartered Association of Business Schools

Ian Gordon Senior Teaching Fellow and Entrepreneur in Residence Lancaster University Management School

Professor Ellie Hamilton Associate Dean for Enterprise Engagement and Impact Lancaster University Management School

Professor David Hillier Executive Dean Strathclyde Business School

Professor Martin Kitchener Dean Cardiff Business School

Professor Angus Laing Chair Chartered Association of Business Schools

Professor Robin Mason Pro-Vice-Chancellor University of Exeter

Professor Peter Moizer Dean Leeds University Business School

Professor Stephen J. Perkins Dean Guildhall Faculty of Business & Law

Professor Jill Schofield Dean York Management School

Professor Denise Skinner Executive Dean Coventry University

Professor Ken Starkey Professor of Management and Organisational Learning Nottingham University Business School

Professor Baback Yazdani Dean Nottingham Business School

The wider higher education community

James Baker Business Director Graphene National Graphene Institute

Professor George Boyne Pro Vice-Chancellor Cardiff University

Professor Nora Colton Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic) University of East London

Professor Jane Harrington Deputy Vice-Chancellor University of the West of England

Professor Gillian Hogg Deputy Principal (External Relations) Herriot Watt University

Daniela Papi-Thornton Deputy Director, Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship SAID Business School

Sir Anthony Seldon Vice-Chancellor University of Buckingham

Business leaders, policymakers and leading commentators

Professor Jane Elliott Chief Executive ESRC

Ann Francke Chief Executive Chartered Management Institute

Michael Hayman MBE Co-Founder, Seven Hills and Honorary Fellow Judge Business School

Nick Hilman Director HEPI

John Kay Leading Economist

Anne Kiem Chief Executive Chartered Association of Business Schools

Clive Memmott Chief Executive Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce

Chris Millward Director (Policy) HEFCE

Chris Norton Creative Director Serious Communications

Howard Simms Operations Director Apadmi

Ferran Soriano Chief Executive Manchester City F.C.

Simon Walker Director General Institute of Directors

Programme Day one: Monday 9 November 09:20

Registration and refreshments

09:50

Welcome Anne Kiem, Chief Executive, Chartered Association of Business Schools

10:00

Chair’s welcome Professor Angus Laing, Dean of Business & Economics, Loughborough University and Chair, Chartered Association of Business Schools Session one: Global trends, market forces and government policy

10:10

Keynote address: The business of business John Kay, Leading Economist, Financial Times Columnist and Visiting Professor, London School of Economics

10:50

Government address To be confirmed, representative of UK government

11:30

Break

12:00

Session two: Parallel sessions Delegates have the choice of a keynote session in the main room or three interactive breakout sessions featuring contributions from a panel of speakers. Keynote session Research horizons: The emerging priorities for research councils Chair: Professor Robin Mason, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, University of Exeter Professor Jane Elliott, Chief Executive, ESRC Driving up student experience and value through teaching Chair: Jerry Forrester, Deputy Chair, Chartered Association of Business Schools Professor Stephen J. Perkins, Dean, Guildhall Faculty of Business & Law Professor Denise Skinner, Executive Dean, Coventry University

Growing capacity and diversity in the faculty to deliver value

Supporting start-ups to scale up

Chair: Professor Jill Schofield, Dean, York Management School

Chair: Professor Peter Moizer, Dean, Leeds University Business School

Attracting business practitioners & embedding an entrepreneurial culture Professor George Feiger, Executive Dean, Aston Business School

Ann Francke, Chief Executive Officer, Chartered Management Institute

Achieving a gender balance Professor Gillian Hogg, Deputy Principal (External Relations), Herriot Watt University

Ian Gordon, Senior Teaching Fellow and Entrepreneur in Residence, Lancaster University Management School Michael Hayman MBE, Co-Founder, Seven Hills and Honorary Fellow, Judge Business School Professor Baback Yazdani, Dean, Nottingham Business School

13:00

Lunch

14:00

Session three: The Teaching Excellence Framework and how it might work Keynote panel discussion Nick Hilman, Director, HEPI Chris Millward, Director (Policy), HEFCE Sir Anthony Seldon, Vice-Chancellor, University of Buckingham Gwen van der Velden, Director, Learning and Teaching Enhancement, University of Bath (invited)

15:00

Break

15:30

Session four: Parallel sessions Delegates have the choice of a keynote session in the main room or three interactive breakout sessions featuring contributions from a panel of speakers Keynote session Delivering devolution through collaboration Partnerships working in practice Clive Memmott, Chief Executive, Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce Professor Fiona Devine OBE, Head of School, Manchester Business School Class of ‘92 To be confirmed, Salford Business School Professor Julia Clarke, Dean, Manchester Metropolitan University Business School Howard Simms, Operations Director, Apadmi Growing research collaboration with businesses and other faculties

Public value: a new business school model

Business school leaders: recruitment and retention

Growing and diversifying income

Professor David Hillier, Executive Dean, Strathclyde Business School

Professor Martin Kitchener Dean, Cardiff Business School

Chair: Jerry Forrester, Chair, Learning, Teaching & Student Experience Committee, Chartered ABS

Philanthropy and alumni Professor Nora Colton, Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic), University of East London

Further speakers to be confirmed

International perspective Sandra Bouscal, Director of Strategic Projects, Development, IMD Business School (invited)

James Baker, Business Director Graphene, National Graphene Institute

16:30

End of day one

17:00

Annual General Meeting

19:00

Reception and Gala Dinner Drinks reception sponsored by Carrington Crisp

Day two: Tuesday 10 November 09:20

Chair’s introduction Session five: Adding value through productivity

09:30

Keynote address: The role of the manager Ferran Soriano, Chief Executive Officer, Manchester City Football Group

10:10

Keynote address Simon Walker, Director General, Institute of Directors

10:50

Keynote address: Business schools driving productivity Professor Robin Sickles, Professor of Economics, Rice University (invited)

11:30

Break

12:00

Session six: Parallel sessions Interactive sessions with contributions from a panel of speakers to stimulate discussion Delivering international growth

Managing the relationship with the central university

Delivering value to regional economies

Creating differentiation

Stephen Healey, Executive Vice President, INTO University Partnerships (invited)

Typologies and forms of governance Professor Ken Starkey, Professor of Management and Organisational Learning, Nottingham University Business School

The Chartered ABS research project Professor Ellie Hamilton, Associate Dean for Enterprise Engagement and Impact, Lancaster University Management School

Helping business schools stand out from the crowd Chris Norton, Creative Director, Serious Communications

Further speakers to be confirmed

Perspectives from the centre Professor Jane Harrington, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, University of the West of England Professor George Boyne, Pro Vice-Chancellor, Cardiff University

13:00

Lunch

14:00

Session seven: Driving value through impact Chair: Professor Simon Collinson, Dean, Birmingham Business School Delivering social impact Daniela Papi-Thornton, Deputy Director, Skoll & Entrepreneurship Centres, SAID Business School Delivering academic impact To be confirmed Delivering economic impact To be confirmed Striking a balance between social, academic and economic impact Professor Simon Collinson, Dean, Birmingham Business School

15:20

Chair’s closing remarks

15:30

Close of conference

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