The work on realising administrative streamlining is organised as a project with its own project director who reports to the University Management. The project director will regularly attend management group meetings.
The Board will serve as the steering group for the project.
The University Management is the owner of the project.
The Deans’ Meetings will play an advisory role with respect to the University Management.
The Directors’ Network is responsible for the work that goes on in the planning groups and for coordinating the various planning groups. It plays an advisory role in the choice of methodology and is responsible for implementing the improvement projects.
The Resource Group assists the University Director in preparing for meetings with the University Board and assesses the planning documents, implementation capability and expected results. The group also makes recommendations on the methodology for quantifying and measuring efficiency gains.
The IHR Secretariat is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the project. It is also responsible for providing information to the individual target groups, undertaking and collating analyses of material from the surveys, and training tasks. The Secretariat is also responsible for reporting regularly to the University Director and other bodies. The Secretariat is responsible for the project budget. The project director will head the Secretariat.