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We like to have our finger on the pulse. Here, you’ll find our entire library of blogs and articles.

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Can non-academics make good university leaders?

Can non-academics make good university leaders?

Halpin Partnership Joint CEO, Susie Hills, interviewed UK business executives taking on the role of university Vice-Chancellors in a feature in December 2017’s Times Higher Education (THE) magazine.
The frustrating truth about using University league tables to judge senior leader’s performance.

The frustrating truth about using University league tables to judge senior leader’s performance.

League table position, over time, can be an indicator of leadership success but ‘the devil’ is in the detailed picture found in each institution’s strategy, individual metrics and market intelligence.
From gut instinct to solution – working with consultants to make things happen.

From gut instinct to solution – working with consultants to make things happen.

These are perfect times to bring in an experienced consultant to give you the capacity you need to analyse the situation, develop a plan of action, and help you to make things happen.
The frustrating truth about interdisciplinary institutes.

The frustrating truth about interdisciplinary institutes.

Scrimping on management planning whilst the excitement of the architectural planning process takes place may prove a costly mistake.
Things university leaders dread most about the new academic year. Part 2. Senior Management Meetings.

Things university leaders dread most about the new academic year. Part 2. Senior Management Meetings.

With these 8 steps you can redesign your senior team meetings.
A seven-step approach to problem solving with your team.

A seven-step approach to problem solving with your team.

A seven-step process to help you gain a detailed understanding as to what the problem is, successfully lead your team to an effective solution and ensure that the organisation has learned in the process.
How to respond to budget cuts

How to respond to budget cuts

So what is the responsible approach as a leader when you are asked to make cuts to your budget?
Things university leaders dread most about the new academic year. Part 1. Their diaries.

Things university leaders dread most about the new academic year. Part 1. Their diaries.

With these 5 time-saving steps you can take back control of your diary and gain invaluable thinking time.
What’s in a name?

What’s in a name?

So why did we chose Halpin Partnership as our name?