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Solutions based on content curated to meet the biggest challenges the global higher education sector has ever faced

HEDx services and solutions have been specifically developed to meet the most important challenges facing the global higher education sector. These challenges relate to strategy, market demands, technology, innovation and culture transformation to achieve equity.

Our conferences, advisory services, publications and sector leading podcast series are open engagement with the sector. HEDx solutions are designed to support higher education providers including through advisory roles.

HEDx Conferences

HEDx 2024/5 Conferences are held in spring and autumn at major venues in Australian capital cities. The precise timing, venue and topics reflect the ongoing feedback from current members, and the realisation of opportunities and priorities as they arise from policy reviews and the ongoing fast-paced technological and equitable development of the landscape of higher education globally.

Advisory

Coaching and executive and academic advisory services are supporting global leaders, higher education providers, and tech companies, and suppliers and their associations, to navigate change that the sector is facing.

Publications

With 3 major books, more than 100 opinion pieces, and keynote and executive presentations, HEDx has the leading global curated resource centre of content about change and innovation available to be read, heard or presented.

Podcast

HEDx brings the opportunity for debate about the future of the sector, and a place for the exploration and sharing of ideas from the leading thinkers in the sector, globally curated and commented on by HEDx and its partners. This includes invited co-hosts from member institutions and corporate partners. Exemplary global and Australian sector leaders, innovators, and employers, share insights in episodes as a unique source of ideas and new sector thinking.

Conferences

HEDx conferences explore and challenge current policy, economic and social context and university culture. The HEDx team sources leading local and international talent, before curating and facilitating a meaningful and practical dialogue aimed at shifting and shaping university strategy, culture and student experience.

Podcast
September 8, 2022

Professor Renee Leon

Vice Chancellor at Charles Sturt University Professor Renee Leon reflects…
Opinions
October 10, 2023

Role models and governance for higher education inclusion

The Accord presents an exciting, energising and unique opportunity for…
Uncategorized
July 21, 2021

Professor Guy Littlefair

Pro Vice-Chancellor International of Auckland University of Technology, Guy Littlefair joins…