Are you interested in improving your BCE CRM (Business and Community Engagement Customer Relationship Management) processes to help increase revenue streams? Do you want to find out about SLRM (Student Lifecycle Relationship Management) and putting the student at the heart of the process?
If so, come and join our RM in HE/FE Community of Practice discussion list, which is open to anyone who wants like to share their experiences of improving their relationship management in the tertiary education sector. We’d love you to ask questions, comment, suggest resources etc, or just follow the conversation.
We’ll be sharing our findings from the current JISC Relationship Management Programme, which is looking at three different areas:
- Good Practice in CRM – delivering a comprehensive online handbook of good practice in CRM processes for HE and FE.
- Student progression, retention and non-completion – using service desing to improve the quality of the student experience.
- Alumni engagement – using web technologies to support mutally beneficial alumni engagement.
We have a range of resources available at both the JISC CETIS RMSAS (Relationship Management Support, Analysis and Synthesis) project website and at the Just Enough RM (Relationship Management (a dynamic resource to try and help anyone starting out on the RM path). We also have documents on using Service Design in HE and FE and an overview to RM in HE and FE to get you started.
So what are you waiting for? Come and join the RM in HE and FE Community – we’d love to see you there!