New EFMD Rendanheyi (RDHY) Certification scheme

RDHY

EFMD is pleased to introduce the new corporate Rendanheyi (RDHY) Certification scheme as a joint initiative with Business Ecosystem Alliance (BEA) and Haier Model Research Institute (HMI). Rendanheyi is a management model for the Internet of Things (IoT) era, enabling organisations to thrive in a VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous) world. It follows principles…

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Introducing the new CLIP framework

New CLIP Quality Framework

How do you ensure that your learning function is actively contributing to the strategy and business priorities of your organisation? What is excellence in corporate learning all about? And how do you get a fair outside-in view of your learning and development function that is not a mere check-the-box process but one that takes your…

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Impactful synergy: The American University in Cairo School of Business career readiness assessment powered by PwC

The AUC School of Business has a well-established culture of continuous improvement. The cornerstone of this culture is assessment. The periodically reviewed assessment plan of the school captures the extent to which the school attains school-level and program-level learning goals. This exercise ensures a consistently high level of quality among students in terms of skills…

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The benefits of e-marking with Inspera Assessment

Inspera Assessment

From pen and paper to onscreen marking, the biggest impact is on educators’ time by reducing administrative work. However, there are other benefits of e-marking for students as well. The workload of marking is often challenging, even for the best-organised individuals amongst us. Not only that it is a very time-consuming process for both academics…

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A Night at the e-Assessment Awards

EOCCS was invited to join the e-Assessment Association on 10 April 2019 for their annual “e-Assessment Awards” in London, UK.  The association is an international not-for-profit membership organisation for those involved in, working with, using or developing technology to enhance assessment delivery. The finalists attending this year’s award demonstrated the innovation, in-depth research, transformational deployments…

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Why diversity management requires an anti-categorical approach…

…and how this relates to performance assessment in an academic context Diversity management and inclusion are intended to avoid discrimination and to promote historically disadvantaged groups. This results in pre-defined social groups, and individuals belonging to these groups are perceived to be in need of special treatment and support. In diversity studies, this is referred…

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