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Group project work for AUDE Summer School Class of 2019 - 2020

“Delivering integrated Facilities within a more efficient and sustainable Estate.”

Group Project

  1. Working with colleagues from across the AUDE community
  2. Exploring key insights from the Summer School
  3. Enabling practical improvements to Institutional performance

Group Project four territories to explore

1. Best Practices

 Who are the exemplars within Higher Education, and beyond, and how have you engaged with them?

2. Institutional Application

What have you introduced or applied to your HEIs and what has been the impact so far?

3. Personal Learning

 What have you learned from being part of this experience and what are you doing with these insights?

4. AUDE Recommendations

Based on your Group’s work, what are your recommendations and suggested actions for fellow AUDE colleagues?

Group Project submissions 

Under the broad heading of “Delivering integrated Facilities within a more efficient and sustainable Estate”, we tasked the five groups to build on their course insights to develop practical improvements to institutional performance. We asked them to explore best practice, investigating and bringing to light the work that should influence us all. We asked them to describe the impact of their work; and reflect on their own key learnings from Summer School. And, as AUDE, we wanted their input on how we can improve and act to better support estates teams in the future. Please see below the groups project work from the AUDE Summer School Class of 2019 - 2020. 

Group Project Winners 


Group B: Naomi Ashenden, Steve Jordan, Barry Morton, Anna Cockman, Jonathan Craner, Ian Millar, Richard Jenden and Jack Hunter

Group B report: A Work Shadowing Framework for the HE Sector

Group B:Presentation 

Highly Commended


Group A: Linda Alexander, Martin Channell, Phil Whittall, Helen Wallace, Scott Brooks, Greg Power and Charlotte Lewis

Group A report: A Pathway to Anti-Silo Working

Project Groups 


Group C: Becky Bradshaw, Guy Head, Tom Andrews, Chris Firth, Heather Loosemore, Daniel Illsley, Avinesh Dhevdath and Graham Steer

Group C report: The Role of Culture in Delivering Integrated Facilities within a More Efficient and Sustainable Estate


Group D: Chris Dale, Beatrice Taylor, Michael Peppin, Louise Petrie, Daniel Xuereb, Damion Shaw, Maureen Khati and Ashley Roberts

Group D report: The Use of Artificial Intelligence for Effective Decision Making in Space Planning


Group E: Sarah Knight, Matt Brown, Richard Cottam, Susan Newman, Maurice Woodcock, Matthew Hill, Ludolf Van der Merwe and Richard Walker

Group E report: Collaboration and Shared Delivery – Could this work in HE?


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