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Podcast: HEDx Episode 10

Pascale Quester of Swinburne University of Technology joins the HEDx podcast at the end of her first 100 days as Vice Chancellor. She reflects on how all universities have the chance to leave the peloton and make the run to their own finish line based on an assessment of how they are shaped for the competition they want to compete in. The HEDx Health Check is also launched to help each university in the sector measure how it is placed to compete.

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Podcast: HEDx Episode 9

In this episode, noted commentator and policy analyst Andrew Norton joins Karl and Martin in the first HEDx episode in association with the leading educational publication Campus Review. Now more certainty is emerging in the sector with regard to funding, policy and how universities can operate in the new year, this is the time for a strategic reset.

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Podcast: HEDx Episode 7

We are joined by Jane den Hollander who as VC of Deakin led their differentiated digital strategy for years and as VC at UWA for part of 2020 led a traditional GO8 to replicate that approach. This episode argues for all universities to explore how to differentiate and what it takes to stand out in the pack.

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Podcast: HEDx Episode 5

In this episode, Martin and Karl explore issues of alignment and realignment within universities. The need at this time for effective systems leadership is illustrated through an interview with Professor Aleks Subic STEM DVC and VP of Digital Innovation at RMIT who makes a call for innovation in partnerships.

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Podcast: HEDx Episode 2

On this episode Professor Betts and Karl Treacher explore leadership in higher education and interview one of Australia’s longest serving leaders in the sector, former VC from QUT and former RMIT Chancellor Dennis Gibson. Subscribe and tune in for new episodes weekly.

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Podcast: HEDx Episode 1

Introducing Episode 1 of The Higher Education Experience podcast. This episode is an introduction to hosts Professor Martin Betts and Karl Treacher, along with a very interesting interview with one of Australia’s leading experts on CSR and responsible management, Macquarie Business School’s Dr Debbie Haski-Leventhal. Subscribe and tune in for new episodes weekly.

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