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CIPD Presentation 3HRC
Transcript of CIPD Presentation 3HRC
What is SHU's business model?
Culture of SHU
Structure of SHU
Organisations have their own culture in the way that they work, they have a
. Culture has become a popular term - we all tend to know the meaning of the tick-box; long-hours or sales culture.
: is transmitted down through the organisation by senior management (Bratton & Gold, 2012)
: the values or social ideals and the beliefs that organisation members come to share . These are the informal ways of working employees develop.(Smircich, 1983)
Sheffield Hallam's structure is a traditional hierarchy comprising divisions called academic Faculties and Directorates
by Stephen Arliss
: Sheffield Hallam is an
to the belief that
we will be an established
top 50 University
known for the quality of
our teaching and learning and with
commitment to education for employment
will be concentrated in
specific subject areas, but will be
We will be known for the
quality and range of
with the professions,
business, industry and government.
Sheffield Hallam University
- Reputation for education for employment
- Declined league table position
89% of Sheffield Hallam students are in graduate-level work or further study six months after graduating!
- Most UCAS applications of any HEI
- Research institutes and centres
- Removal of HEFCE student number control
- Focus on employability of graduates
- Decline in 18 year old cohort in UK and EU
- Higher student expectations due to fees
- Length of recovery from recession
- Location for employment in north-east
- Collaboration due to size
- Development in distance learning courses
Faculties can focus on teaching and research through the creation of specialist faculties and departments
Centralised pools/shared service support is created for academic departments
Whilst also sharing expertise and knowledge of the whole University
Helps improve the student experience as they know where to go for support
Overall - cost, time and efficiency savings!
Value of education
There to learn
How does culture affect operations?
1. Give an overview of Sheffield Hallam University's activities
i.e. purpose, goals, services and customers
2. Analyse the external factors which impact upon the University's activities
3. Assess the formal and informal structures within the University and how this affects its performance and operations