GAP ANALYSIS

In October 2013, LMN commissioned a gap analysis from industry experts Curtis + Cartwright Consulting Ltd to help us understand from our members what services they would find useful and what gaps there were in the provision of such services. The information will be used to establish the scope of the future role of LMN.

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Event Report: UCISA London Group meeting on 14th June 2017

Overview

This was the second meeting of the UCISA London Group following the inaugural meeting on the 7th April. The meeting was well attended by representatives from member institutions, HE & FE, members of the LMN Board and a corporate member of UCISA. The event was hosted by UAL at the Prince’s Street site and opened with lunch followed by 4 presentations and an open discussion facilitated by Group’s liaison officer. Below is a summary report of the day…

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Event Report: UCISA London Group meeting on 19th July 2017

Overview

This was the third meeting of the UCISA London Group following two earlier events, 7th April and 14th June. The meeting was well attended by representatives from member institutions, HE & FE, members of the LMN Board and Jisc representatives with representatives from a Jisc corporate partner, Khipu Networks, who were sponsors for the day. The event was hosted by Regent’s University London and opened with lunch followed by 3 presentations and an open discussion facilitated by Group’s liaison officer. Below is a summary report of the day…

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Event Report: UCISA London Group meeting on 20th September 2017

Overview

This was the fourth meeting of the UCISA London Group. The event was hosted by Imperial College London and opened with lunch followed by 4 excellent presentations. The meeting was well attended by representatives of member institutions, HE & FE, members of the LMN Board, a Jisc representative with representatives from a Jisc corporate partner, Virtus Data Centres who were sponsors for the day. Below is a summary report of the day.

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Adopting a New Style of Project Management and Initiation

Introduction

If you search for “Why do projects fail?” you will find all sorts of reasons for their demise but running throughout the results is a ‘lack of communication’, a ‘lack of detailed planning’ and ‘scope creep’. Each of these has the ability to bring any project to the point of failure in a very short space of time. To combat this Havering Sixth Form College (HSFC) has altered its project management process in an effort to prevent this.

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Event Report: UCISA London Group meeting on 18th October 2017

Overview

This was the fifth meeting of the UCISA London Group. The event was hosted by WMC – The Camden College and it followed the usual format, opening with registration and a networking lunch followed by 4 agenda sessions comprising 3 presentations and one facilitated discussion session with an additional networking break halfway through the presentation sessions. The meeting was well attended by representatives of member institutions, HE & FE, members of the LMN Board, Jisc representatives and representatives from University of London’s CoSector who were sponsors for the day.

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