So what about the strategic review?

One if the curiosities of the recently announced ‘strategic review’ is that much of its agenda is likely to be dealt with long before the group appointed gets to report. The issues of tuition fees, rationalization, research priorities and commercialisation all look set to be settled before the summer. It may be necessary to ask: is this review still worth the time, effort and cost?

On the other hand we do need to worry whether there will be a coherent strategy at the end of it all. Time will tell.

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One Comment on “So what about the strategic review?”

  1. Iain Says:

    so much for a ‘smart’ economy, when ‘strategic planning’ means ‘what we’re going to do next month’…


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