NORDP Breakfast Briefing
Metrics and Strategies for
Measuring Institutional Effectiveness
NORDP Breakfast Briefing: Metrics and Strategies for Measuring Institutional Effectiveness
Setting your research management strategy can be a daunting task. Today's R&D landscape requires research managers to devise better ways to measure the quality and impact of their institution's research projects. Learn how Elsevier Research Intelligence solutions, including SciVal and Pure, can help answer the most pressing challenges that research managers face, with innovative solutions that improve an institution's ability to establish, execute and evaluate research strategy and performance.
In this session, we will highlight some of the new data and metrics being added to SciVal throughout 2016 to help our users demonstrate the socio-economic impact of their research. We will also introduce Pure’s new Faculty Activity Reporting module and demonstrate how to generate reports that show the full spectrum of a researcher’s, research center’s, or department’s academic activities. By unifying all your researcher-related data in one place, reports from Pure can be used to support strategic decisions or to ease the burden of reporting to funders and accreditors.
Wednesday, May 25th, 2016 – 7:00 AM
Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress, Magnolia A - C
Networking and Breakfast
General trends and evolving research needs – Chris James, Product Manager, Research Metrics
Introduction to SciVal – Martin Edling Andersson, Product Manager, SciVal
Introduction to Pure – Kelechi Okere, Head of Global Sales, Pure
Q & A
Note: Attendance is free and includes a light breakfast, coffee, tea and other refreshments for registered attendees. Registration closes on Monday, May 23rd.
Who should attend?
The session is intended for Research Managers, Research Administrators and IR professionals and will be closed to other vendors to promote honest feedback and open discussion.
Why should you attend?
- Learn about the rapidly changing developments related to research management tools like SciVal and Pure, and how institutions can use these systems to ease the burden of measuring impact, reporting and getting better insights into their research performance.
- Network with industry colleagues and meet the global team behind Elsevier’s SciVal and Pure.
- Attend this session and enter the chance to win an Apple Watch!
Chris James a Product Manager for Research Metrics at Elsevier, is responsible for developing and rolling out various research metrics across the Elsevier Research Intelligence product portfolio.
He joined Elsevier in Amsterdam in 2004, where he has held roles in the company’s sales and product marketing teams. Early on in his career, he was responsible for training Elsevier customers across Northern Europe on ScienceDirect and Scopus. More recently Chris led the product marketing activities of SciVal, Elsevier’s flagship metrics tool to visualize and benchmark research performance. Prior to joining Elsevier, he worked at an engineering consultancy in the UK. Chris James holds a bachelor’s degree in Business from the University of Sunderland.
Martin Edling Andersson is a Product Manager for SciVal and an expert in human-computer interaction. He joined the SciVal team in 2012 and is primarily responsible for feature development and concept design. Before becoming a Product Manager for SciVal he led the SciVal User Experience team, and had a key role in shaping the look and feel of the product. Martin is currently working on adding additional data sources such as funding data and interoperability with other products. He studied Human-Computer Interaction and Informatics at Uppsala University, Lund University and the University of Manchester. Prior to joining Elsevier in 2011 he set up the User Experience team at Reed Business in the Netherlands.
Kelechi leads the team responsible for the commercial market penetration of Pure as the Global Pure Sales Director based in NYC. Kelechi joined Elsevier in 2002 and has held roles of increasing responsibility in the North America Academic & Government sales department with coverage of ScienceDirect, Mendeley, as well as the Research Management, Life Sciences, and Engineering portfolios. He spent over eight years as a Regional Account Director, where he lead a sales team responsible for managing research-focused academic accounts across Northeast, Mid-Atlantic & Midwestern U.S. & Canada. Kelechi holds a M.A. degree in English and a B.A. degree in psychology, both from Rutgers University.