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4. An adaptive RMIT

Direction 4 recap:

Adapting RMIT’s culture, ways of working and systems to ensure our organisation can
be resilient and respond to a changing landscape with continuous learning. Working collaboratively to achieve RMIT’s purpose and mission and meet the needs of our communities.

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How we got here

During the latest Directions consultation phase from July to September, you shared your valuable input on six Directions through online and leader-led discussions, workshops, forums and written submissions. 

We heard from our community in RMIT  Melbourne, Europe, Vietnam and all across the globe, including students, staff, academics, researchers, alumni and industry partners on the ambitions, priorities and values that RMIT should pursue as we journey towards 2022 and beyond.


Community insights

The RMIT NEXT conversation has been led and shaped together through our global network and has explored opportunities that emerge from this incredibly challenging period for the future.

Here are the key insights from your community input:

RMIT able to respond in real-time to​ community needs

RMIT will be an industry leader in connecting organisational capabilities and partner networks to design, pilot and test idea, and solve shared challenges.

Recognise our staff as lifelong learners

Develop workforce structure and culture to encourage meaningful, value contribution and flexible career progression.

RMIT is a Living Lab

Support RMIT people to take risks, test ideas, learn continuously and guide valuable new ideas and approaches to scale.

Create purposeful learning loops

Connect and create learning loops across our organisations, disciplines and partners to ensure both “inside-out” and “outside-in” views.

Human-centred, system-minded design

Design and renew RMIT systems and interfaces, drawing on RMIT’s cross-disciplinary expertise to meet user needs and enhance experience and outcomes. ​

KEY MESSAGES FROM YOUR INPUT

Community Insights: An adaptive RMIT

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COMMUNITY INPUT FOR THIS DIRECTION

RMIT’S NEXT Strategy – What’s Possible

August 16, 2021

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EP
I was so bored in classes and during workshops. Is it all my responsibility to shift my mindset? How much responsibility goes into training staff on designing t...

Emeli P.

16 Aug, 2021
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What do these Directions mean to you?

July 19, 2021

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GR
I'm wondering if it might be worth some emphasis on the T in RMIT?

Gerard R.

29 Sep, 2021
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How could these Directions apply to you and your work?

July 16, 2021

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CM
We need to find ways to better work across organisational structures. There should not be a combative or defensive feel when colleagues from a college reach out...

Community Member

5 Oct, 2021
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Driving impact in a changing world

March 31, 2021

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MD
Make more events such as charity days, or have a bigger involvement on particular days eg. Good Friday appeal, I believe that as a university, we can come toget...

Marya D.

31 Mar, 2021
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Contributing to RMIT’s Global Strategy

December 4, 2020

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NH
We can collect the sharing and feedback from our returnees besides running a mass survey with all students across the campuses.

Nhan H.

4 Dec, 2020
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How can RMIT build more inclusive and accessible communities both within and outside the University?

August 24, 2020

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BC
RMIT has recently made landmark movements in fulfilling the University Act's object of enabling social justice. We need to build on these gains in the RMI...

Bonny C.

15 Apr, 2021
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Diversity, Inclusion & Access — The Future of Accessibility

August 24, 2020

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CM
There is not enough awareness of how to achieve Digital Accessibility. Need training and awareness options for staff.

Community Member

24 Sep, 2020
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As the world around us changes, how does our role as a university also need to evolve?

May 1, 2020

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MB
RMIT's origins as a working men's college was designed to create opportunity for a growing city. Our ability to create partnerships that support and e...

Maddie B.

4 Jun, 2020
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As we continue to adapt during COVID-19, what insights and innovations should we take into our future?

May 1, 2020

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CM
This year has been challenging but I think what's come out of it for RMIT is more of a shared understanding of our collective priorities and what we should...

Community Member

12 Oct, 2020
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