SMARTER Leaders (Light) evaluated the status of their Task Forces, mapped out their key stakeholders and strengthened their skills in leading upwards, influening others and identifying their own strengths. More details
SMARTER Leaders reviewed the status of their Task Forces and identified the upcoming challenges, strengthened their skills in leading upwards, understanding strategy, managing time and investing in strengths. More details
Colleagues and students joined the grand opening of the new restaurants under the University's new campus catering concept. The new restaurants are EAT at the main campus, Social Kitchen at the Jockey Club Student Village I and Village II, Social Kitchen – Bayview at the Sassoon Road campus and Dockside at Cyberport.
Task Force Leaders and Deputy Leaders, Faculty Secretaries and members of the SMARTER@HKU Programme Management Office got together to discuss the SMARTER@HKU Programme, including its goals, progress and next steps.
SMARTER Leaders learned more about their leadership styles and ways to coach and develop trust with the others at the Workshop. The skills are important as they lead their Task Forces for the continuous improvement initiatives of the SMARTER@HKU Programme.
SMARTER Leaders (Light) strengthened their leadership skills in leading change, coaching, giving and receiving feedback, building trust and managing conflicts at the Workshop.
Colleagues from different Faculties and departments joined the Work SMARTER Days to update themselves on the SMARTER@HKU Programme and discover useful practices of working smarter at the booth games. They also learnt more about continuous improvement at the Talk by guest speaker Mr. Charles Ho, Global Training Manager of MTR Corporation.
SMARTER Leaders and members of the SMARTER@HKU Programme Management Office understood each other’s expectations and strengthen collaboration.
SMARTER Leaders (Light) understood more about their important role in the SMARTER@HKU Programme, set aspirations for this change journey and discussed the work plans for their Task Forces to modernise professional services.
SMARTER Leaders reflected on the SMARTER@HKU change journey, built on success and adjusted approaches when needed.
SMARTER Leaders and SMARTER Leaders (Light) had an open conversation about their mutual expectations and agreed on the actions to be taken for the success of the SMARTER@HKU Programme.
SMARTER Leaders joined this 5-day workshop to equip themselves with the skills to overcome the challenges in driving transformation programmes with strategy, expertise and confidence.
SMARTER@HKU kicked off the Leadership Development Programme to equip SMARTER Leaders with the mindset and skills they need to overcome challenges in driving the SMARTER@HKU Programme.
The University of Hong Kong has become the first university in Asia to join the Lean HE Australasia Hub. Lean HE is a global network committed to promoting Lean and supporting service improvement efforts within Higher Education (HE).
SMARTER@HKU Task Force members joined the LEAN Workshop to learn more about how to maximise the use of resources which is essential to the SMARTER@HKU Programme.
Colleagues learnt about the SMARTER@HKU Programme during the Roadshow at Sasson Road campus.
Task Force members of the SMARTER@HKU Programme enhanced their knowledge of partnering with teams and strengthening communication when driving change programmes during the workshops.
Over 350 colleagues from 45 departments and offices joined the 3-day SMARTER@HKU Roadshow to learn about how SMARTER@HKU would modernise professional services at the University.
Over 70 colleagues from Faculties and professional services departments joined the Idea-thon and exchanged views on ways of working smarter at HKU.
President and Vice-Chancellor Professor Peter Mathieson and Executive Vice-President (Administration & Finance) Dr. Steven Cannon, together with leaders of professional services and colleagues from across the University, launched the SMARTER@HKU Programme to modernise professional services.