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10th January, 2020

‘Mission creep’ and the Frameworks ‘trinity’ in higher education Read more

‘Mission creep’ entered our vocabulary in the 1990s following the gradual expansion of US and UN operations from humanitarian assistance to military engagement in Somalia without, apparently, any very systematic thinking about what to stop doing once escalation and extension of the mission was agreed. ‘Mission creep’ for universities, though, has a longer history. The […]

Mark Gray

7th October, 2019

Enacting Best Practice in Knowledge Exchange Processes Read more

In the knowledge exchange community, no topic is currently engaging the attention of professionals and academics quite as much as the government’s clear signal that improving the effectiveness of knowledge exchange is of prime importance if innovation is to underpin faster economic growth, as the government’s Industrial Strategy expects.   For many years ministers have […]

Mark Gray

6th September, 2019

Curating for Resilience Read more

This short paper was presented at Beyond Resilience: Creative Leadership Practice in a World of Disorder, Cass Business School June 2019. At TCCE we are often thought of as connectors, networkers and translators. We work at the intersection of Higher Education and the arts and cultural sectors and have been doing so in myriad ways […]

Evelyn Wilson, Co-Director TCCE

22nd August, 2019

Rewarding Knowledge Exchange in the Creative Arts Read more

I was asked recently to give a very short presentation at Westminster Higher Forum’s event on Developing the KEF and the following brief paper is an account of my response to the issue of Rewarding knowledge Exchange in the Creative Arts    I’d like to start by reading the opening sentence from a short paper […]

Evelyn Wilson, Co-Director TCCE

21st August, 2019

Blackpool is being dug up Read more

Originally published on November 9, 2018 as part of the Boosting Resilience Programme Blackpool is being dug up. This is not for fracking. The famous illuminations are off. I am greeted by an enormous, teenage seagull that is on the look out for handouts. This town of dreams, escape, fun and promise is glistening.  Architecture […]

Caroline Coates

21st August, 2019

Practical Accounting and Finance for Entrepreneurs Read more

Originally published on February 27, 2019 as part of the Boosting Resilience project   Accounting is a form of communication. It is a language. A way of understanding the flow of cash. The double entry standard of balancing books. And the biggest secret of all?   It isn’t difficult to get to grips with. You […]

Aki Schilz

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