(As at 12 March 2007)
All sessions—apart from the Reception and Dinner—to be held in the Professional Development Centre at the University of Birmingham's School of Medicine on 19th and 20th April, 2007. (Travel directions)
Update on CPHC activities since last conference (Keith Mander):
|15:45||Annual General Meeting, including Election of Officers for 2007–9|
|19:00||Reception, with guests at The Burlington Hotel|
|19:30||Dinner at The Burlington Hotel|
How HE Computing should respond to the Skills agenda:
Matthew Bishop is responsible for the success of five of Microsoft's commercial business groups, as well as the Marketing and Corporate Affairs organisation in the UK. His remit covers orchestrating the direction and success of the sales, marketing and services resources in each of the business groups, as well as leading the marketing teams responsible for promoting the company's commercial products and services. Prior to this role, Matthew has worked as Senior Director, Developer Platform Evangelism (DPE) and Senior Director of Government (EMEA regions). Prior to joining Microsoft, Matthew was a civil servant in the UK Government Cabinet Office, where his team advised ministers on e-government goals for electronic service delivery and produced the first e-government Green Paper in Europe. Matthew leads the Information Space activity within the i2010 workstream of the DTI's Information Age Partnership.
Michael Gough is Chief Executive of the National Computing Centre, in which capacity he was responsible for re-building the NCC after it de-merged its commercial activities in 1999, into the UK's leading IT membership organisation serving the corporate, vendor and government communities. Prior to leading NCC Michael was Head of Technology Strategy for Sema Group UK where he was responsible for technical governance and knowledge management processes for the core systems integration business.
|15:30||Close of conference|
Copies of slides from the conference sessions will be available on the CPHC web site.