Sessions at The 2nd Annual Higher Education Information Management Strategy Forum 2013 on Tuesday 14th May

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    Liquid Learning is delighted to present the 2nd Annual Higher Education Information Management Strategy Forum 2013, the premier event for those seeking to optimise strategies and performance through improved decision making organisation wide.

    To view the brochure, click here: http://bit.ly/WNxC0U

    •Optimising Information Management across diverse business units
    •Aligning Information Management with organisational objectives
    •Improved data management for informed decision making
    •Future technology and new trends in Information Management

    Peter Nikoletatos Chief Information Officer
    Australian National University

    Alan Duncan Director, Data Governance
    The University of New South Wales

    Rob Irving Director, Information Technology
    The University of New England

    Neil Fraser Director, Information
    Macquarie University

    Wendy Harper Director, Queensland University of Technology’s Learning Analytics initiatives; Director of eLearning Services
    Queensland University of Technology

    Chris Bridge Director, Information Technology Services
    Queensland University of Technology

    Dr Asif Q. Gill Lecturer, Centre for Human Centred Technology Design, School of Software
    University of Technology, Sydney

    Craig Napier Project Manager, Performance Indicator Unit
    University of Wollongong

    Shane McGregor Vice-President, Strategic Finance and Resources
    Flinders University

    Robert Eames Managing Director
    Fivenines Consulting

    Dr Nick Tate Director, Research Data Storage Infrastructure (RDSI) Project
    University of Queensland

    Sunil Mysore Kempegowda Visiting Lecturer, School of Systems, Management and Leadership
    University of Technology, Sydney
    Senior Consultant

    Jacqui Thorburn Manager, Knowledge Systems

    View the event brochure here: http://bit.ly/WNxC0U

    This event is proudly supported by:


    Innovative Research Universities

    Institute for Information Management

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    Information Management optimisation consumes an increasing part of any organisation’s budget, particularly in the Higher Education sector. Organisations are focusing on improving their Information Management strategies in order to maximise the use of their Information technology to reach organisational objectives. With the late changes in University funding, professionals are taking every opportunity to benchmark and reassess their Information Management strategies. It is a priority for any organisation to further fortify their structure to ensure the accomplishment of organisational objectives.

    While Information Technology has played a large part in organisations for many years, in the current ‘always online’ environment, Information Management is moving towards a vital and central point within Higher Education. It correlates that many organisations are looking to new approaches and business improvement tools to enhance planning, budgeting and performance management in order to unlock efficiencies within an Information Management Strategy.

    View the event brochure here: http://bit.ly/WNxC0U

    To request more information or book your place at this practical event, contact Liquid Learning:
    Email: marketing@liquidlearning.com.au or visit our website: www.liquidlearning.com.au
    Phone: +61 2 9437 1311, Fax: +61 2 9437 1093

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    At 8:30am to 5:30pm, Tuesday 14th May