Planning and performance
At the University of Newcastle, all staff have a role to play in contributing to our success on the world stage. Helping you make informed learning, teaching and business decisions helps us deliver quality programs and cutting-edge services.
The Strategy, Planning and Performance team can help you continuously improve the work you do at our university by providing support in the following areas:
Using data to drive effective business decisions is a key function of every successful organisation. Whether you're a division or faculty leader, a professional staff member or an academic, business intelligence supports your innovative business solutions and keeps us on the path of continual improvement.
If you're looking for the latest statistics or performance outcomes, we have a variety of reports available to keep you informed. Whether you have a detailed request, need a tailored report or just want to take a look at the latest reporting information, there are plenty of options to help you monitor our performance against our strategic goals.
Feedback from our key stakeholders ensures the quality of our university. Through surveys, program reviews, organisational unit reviews and continued engagement with our students, staff and community we aim to ensure our programs and services are first-rate.
Portfolio Management answers the question; is this investment the best use of our financial and organisational resources and how will it contribute to the achievement of our strategic objectives? The university has adopted a management framework to ensure that investment decisions related to its extensive digital and physical asset portfolio are agreed at an appropriate management level and based on a clear understanding of cost, risk, business impact and expected benefits.
The University of Newcastle acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands within our footprint areas: Awabakal, Darkinjung, Biripai, Worimi, Wonnarua, and Eora Nations. We also pay respect to the wisdom of our Elders past and present.