Accessing and using management information
AudienceThis workshop is part of the new Lancaster Professional Programme and has been developed for all members of administrative, technical and manual staff of the University, but is particularly relevant to those within grades 1-6.
This session will examine information sources available here at Lancaster and the pros and cons of using different sources depending on the purpose. Scenarios local to Lancaster will be used to examine what different types of report look like and advice will be given on how to avoid easy pitfalls and on how to construct and write a report and use data appropriately.
At the end of the workshop participants will be able to:
- Provide an overview of the available management information sources (internal and external)
- Describe the processes involved in producing a data report
Some background reading and application of theory through practical exercises will be encouraged.
This programme is delivered by Paul Graves, Director of Planning.
- 09/12/14 - 09.30-13:00
- 18/06/15 - 13.30-17:00
For further information or to book a place on this session please email the OED team direct.
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Last updated 05/08/14 (JB)