The University regularly reviews and makes changes to areas to ensure they are operating in the best way to help the organisation meet its strategic objectives. Changes to an area might include improved governance arrangements, alterations to team structures and finding more efficient ways to operate.
Change processes are currently underway in three areas: Academic Division, the Centre for Teaching and Learning, and Council Services and Chancellery. Consultation within and outside the area is an important part of organisational change, and everyone is encouraged to read the consultation papers, and you are also able to make comments or a submission.
A Consultation Paper was presented to staff of the Academic Division at a Forum on Monday 23 June 2014. Staff have the opportunity to provide comments, recommendations and submissions up to and including Tuesday 15 July 2014.
Centre for Teaching and Learning
A Consultation Paper was presented to staff of the Centre for Teaching and Learning at a Forum on Tuesday 24 June 2014. Staff have the opportunity to provide comments, recommendations and submissions up to and including Friday 11 July 2014.
Council Services and Chancellery
A Consultation Paper was presented to staff of Council Services and Chancellery at a Forum on Thursday 26 June 2014. Staff have the opportunity to provide comments, recommendations and submissions up to and including Friday 11 July 2014.
The consultation papers are available here.
If you have any questions about the change processes please call Lisa Bates, HR Business Partner, on 4921 8762 or email Lisa.Bates@newcastle.edu.au or call Paul Munro, Associate Director Human Resource Services, on 4921 5278 or email Paul.Munro@newcastle.edu.au
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