Higher education institutions (HEIs) have to report an increasing amount of data to accreditation agencies, ranking outlets, and other stakeholders. At the same time, HEIs increasingly focus on multi-accreditation, multi-ranking strategies. This webinar provides and overview of the complexity regarding the collection and management of data for HEIs.
Key topics include:
- How to avoid redundancies in data collection
- How to control resource requirements for collecting and managing an increasing amount of data
- What are common hurdles in data collection and how to overcome them
- Best practices for managing multiple accreditations and rankings
Moderator Axel Borschbach
, ACADEM / Rimaone
Axel is a Business Development Manager for ACADEM by Rimaone, supporting higher education institutions worldwide with managing data for accreditation processes and closely works with AACSB and EFMD. Prior to joining RimaOne, Axel was Director of Quality Management at EBS Universität in Germany, being responsible for all accreditation and ranking processes as well as overall Quality Assurance. He was also part of the strategic planning committee at the university. Axel also has substantial teaching and training experience in introductory Computer Science courses for students and employees alike. Axel holds a Bachelor and a Master degree from the University of Brighton.
Speakers Violetta Grigorieva
, Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO
Violetta joined SKOLKOVO team in July of 2011 as an Advisor to Rector. Since April 2012 appointed to the position of International Partnerships and Faculty Relations Manager responsible for recruitment, hiring and performance evaluation of foreign faculty; in charge of partnerships with international universities and business schools as well as cooperation with professional associations, in 2016 promoted to the position of Director and in 2020 to the position of Executive Director. Marcin Matyja
, Kozminski University
As a Head of Rankings as well as a member of KU Accreditation Team Marcin is responsible for data management at Kozminski University. He also serves as an advisor to KU Leadership Team providing valid and up-to-date data on KU performance enabling information-driven decision-making. Marcin also coordinates KU partnerships with Chinese universities including both students- and research-based initiatives. His administrative duties are balanced with teaching activities as Marcin is also a lecturer delivering classes on Psychology of Money, Consumer Behavior and Decision-Making.