Exploring Strategic Opportunities from the Pandemic

21st July, 2020 @ 7:00 pm

Date/Time:

21/07/2020 - 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Description:

The global pandemic is presenting challenges to all global communities and particularly to education. Boards need to be acutely aware of the new political, economic, and social environments in which schools are now operating, what is likely to change and strategies to respond. This webinar will address issues arising out of the pandemic and provide a series of provocations for boards to consider.

Valerie Hannon considers that challenges and difficulties experienced during the pandemic can also be sources of motivation for creativity and entrepreneurial thinking that boards should harness and exploit.

Valerie has framed possible actions over three horizons which boards should consider: respond, in which an organisation deals with the present situation and manages continuity; post peak transitioning, during which a an organisation learns and emerges stronger; and reimagine, where the organisation prepares for and shapes a different future.

This presentation will assist Board members to think strategically about the impact of the pandemic now and into the future.

 

 This session will be conducted virtually via Zoom.

 

Target audience: Board Chairs, Board members, Business Managers and Principals

 

Presenter: Valerie Hannon

Valerie Hannon is Co-founder and Board Director of the highly regarded Innovation Unit, UK and an expert adviser to the OECD, Co-founder Global Education Leaders Partnership (GELP) expert contributor to WISE, author of Thrive: Schools Reinvented for the Real Challenges We Face (2017) and Local Learning Ecosystems: Emerging Models (2019). Author of The Future School to be published in 2021 to coincide with the Australian Learning Lecture.

 

For registration enquiries please contact Emily Metelmann.

Bookings

There is no fee to register for this event. Please register to secure your enrolment by 14 July 2020. Registered participants will receive Zoom access information closer to the event.