.As teams start thinking about the return to campus one of the questions that comes up time and again is, ‘how do we do hybrid meetings?’. The Hybrid Working Framework includes tips on how to run hybrid meetings and a number of the feasibility study teams are reporting back on how they run their meetings and what has been working or not working. 

The purpose of the pilot project will be to test out technology solutions in a small number of meeting rooms across the Estate, to identify the optimal approach to hybrid meetings and to identify barriers to effective hybrid meetings

The University of Edinburgh has a wide array of buildings and both formal and informal meeting settings. At this point it is unclear if one solution will be suitable for all settings and this small pilot project will sit, for governance purposes, within the Hybrid Working Programme as a joint sub-stream of the Estates workstream and the Digital Infrastructure workstream.  

As discussions have been ongoing about hybrid rooms, the question of whether or not the time has come to create a centrally managed service has arisen on a number of occasions. This project will  explore the options on how a centrally managed service might work and scope out what such a service might entail. 

 

hybrid_meeting_rooms_project_brief.docx  

Current project status

Report Date RAG Budget Effort Completed Effort to complete
November 2021 GREEN 10.0 days 8.0 days 0.0

Project Info

Project
Hybrid Meetings Project
Code
DTFW02
Programme
Digital Transformation - Hybrid Working
Management Office
ISG PMO
Project Manager
Karen Beggs
Project Sponsor
Jo Craiglee
Current Stage
Close
Status
Closed
Project Classification
Transform
Start Date
10-Aug-2021
Planning Date
10-Sep-2021
Delivery Date
08-Nov-2021
Close Date
17-Dec-2021
Overall Priority
Normal
Category
Discretionary

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