Shaping our Future
We want colleagues to feel proud to work for Edinburgh Napier University, so it’s important that you not only feel connected to the strategy, but also own it and feel empowered to deliver it.
From ongoing feedback on Strategy 2020, we’ve already got a good idea of what’s gone well and what we can improve on. But we want to continue the conversation by tapping into the wealth of knowledge, experience and skills of all our people. In this way, we’ll start to build an ambition for the future rooted in our purpose, identity, distinctiveness, strengths, opportunities and values.
For more information on Shaping our Future, timelines and what we need from you, click here.
For more detail on the political, economic and social factors which influence what we are able to achieve and what our stakeholders expect us to achieve, click here.
Internal strategic context
External strategic context
- The HESA website publishes data on all aspects of the UK Higher Education sector, including students, staff, graduates, finances and estate management.
Join the conversation
At the start of May there will be ‘stalls’ on all campuses where you can share feedback and your thoughts on the new strategy. Please stop by and let us know your views by filling out a feedback card, or having a quick chat.
Thursday 2 May Merchiston (on the left of the front entrance) 12.00 – 2.00pm
Tuesday 7 May Craiglockhart (near the iPoint) 12.00 – 2.00pm
Wednesday 8 May Sighthill (next to the canteen) 12.00 – 2.00pm
In response to emerging themes from the ‘Shaping Our Future’ engagement feedback, we’ve got the following 30 minute Lightning Talks and 60 minute discussion events planned:
Climate Change with Mark Huxham
Thursday 9 May Craiglockhart Room 2/04 4.30 – 5pm
Envisioning the Future of Work through the Lens of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) with Miles Weaver, Hock Tan & Kenny Crossan
Thursday 16 May Sighthill Room 2.D.07 12.30 – 1.30pm
Likely Future Patterns of Health and Wellbeing: Implications when Seeking to Widen Access with Brian Williams
Wednesday 22 May Sighthill Room 3.D.05 1.00 - 1.30pm
Community Engagement: Working in Partnership to Solve Problems that Matter with Sandra Cairncross
Wednesday 5 June Merchiston Room B2 12.30 – 1.30pm
These talks will provide some short insights that will stimulate conversation on key drivers for change relevant to the University’s future direction.
Watch this space – more events and opportunities to engage will be added in due course…