The faculty management team is the faculty's senior management.
The faculty management team adopts the faculty's overall objectives and finances, approves the departments' budgets and deals with cases and topics that are common to the faculty's strategic direction.
At Health, the faculty management team consists of the Dean, two Vice-Deans, the five Heads of Department, the Head of Graduate School, the Head of Secretariat, the Administration Centre Manager and the Head of Communications.
The faculty also has an academic council and an advisory board to advise on strategic and academic issues.
...-related cases into the faculty management team, and two topics in particular concern me: 1) That we achieve community, shared responsibility and commitment in order to secure the quality of our study programmes, and 2) That we ensure that our bouquet of degree programmes matches the needs of society."
...the discussions we have in the faculty management team. We shed light on the topics from different angles and agree on a common position – a kind of basic position, which I can take with me out to the organisation, both in the administration's management team (LEA) and in the administration at Health. The faculty management team creates direction in the best sense of the word."
...of the faculty management team is, in my opinion, to translate the university’s strategy and direction into concrete strategic initiatives at Health, so that together and across the faculty, we can contribute to achieving the university’s goals. In addition, the department heads are particularly important when it comes to translating the strategic initiatives into action."
...the faculty management team are committed to their respective domains, but our collaboration ensures that we work together for the common good – for example through initiatives that make it easier for individual researchers to finance their research, find relevant partners or develop their teaching. We do our best to secure good study conditions and a good working environment."
...concerns autonomy. In my opinion, the faculty’s departments do not need to do everything in the same way in order to contribute to and participate in a meaningful community. That is why it is also important to me that we as employees and as management can be confident that the community at Health is based on mutual respect for each other’s conditions and visions."
...we will come to see the faculty as a community in which the members take a greater mutual responsibility for each other, amongst other reasons because this will give the individual departments greater stability. If we are to succeed in this, we must work towards a certain degree of harmonisation in the various approaches of the departments to the challenges, and here the faculty management team is central."
...overlapping tasks and many common challenges, but we operate in fundamentally different contexts, and good decisions by the faculty management team should reflect this. Neither Health nor the individual department is an island, but part of a larger whole, and is for better or worse connected and committed both upwards and downwards in the system."
...in the faculty management team, we create a framework in which all employees are brought into play and can contribute their utmost to education and research, regardless of the work function of the individual employee. We must safeguard proper working conditions, both internally and in our collaboration with external parties, national and international."
...the department’s perspective on the topics on the agenda, while at the same time I have an eye for the big picture and the complexity of the faculty as a whole. Our greatest strength as management team is the openness and respect that exists in the group. It is a safe place, which makes it easier to discuss and agree on difficult decisions."