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Strategy funds are funds are allocated annually for special measures and projects that support OsloMet's strategy.
You can promote proposals of strategy funds for measures that meet one or more of the following criteria:
a) Proposals that may contribute to a more efficient goal achievement. The proposals must refer to specific goals in OsloMet's overall strategy and emphasis must be placed on substantiating goal achievement.
b) Proposals that may increase administrative or academic efficiency. The suggestions must highlight potential benefits and their realization of these.
c) Proposals that can provide OsloMet with a new and valuable position. Emphasis must be placed on substantiating effects.
The application process takes place in mainly two rounds:
The process takes place in two rounds to make sure that proposers spend time developing proposals for the most beneficial ideas.
The templates are to be submitted in OsloMet’s archiving and case processing system, Public360, on case number 19/04995. The templates needs to be approved by a manager at level 2 (i.e. Dean, Centre leader, Director of Division) to be valid for consideration.
The project ideas are assessed by the Council of Services (comprised of OsloMets directors), in co-operation with pro-deans of the faculties.
Project ideas that are approved by the Council of Services will undergo a concept-phase, leading up to a project proposal.
The project proposals are assessed by OsloMet’s Porfolio Board. The Portfolio Board recommends strategy funding for the projects.
The Portfolio Board is comprised of:
New projects with scheduled start the following year must be submitted with the project proposal template if at least one of the following criteria has been met:
The above-mentioned criteria does not apply to research projects and academic development projects (i.e. inquiries for new study programmes).
The portfolio office is a support function for the portfolio management process and project implementation. The office is a network consisting of representatives from the Section for Corporate Performance and Management and the Department of ICT. The office has competence in project management, ICT, business architecture and financial management. Its tasks consist in preparing documentation for the prioritization of projects, keeping track of the status of implementation and profit realization on projects in the portfolio and in guiding project owners and project managers in the preparation of project templates and project implementation. The portfolio office is headed by Kent Grødem in the Department of Finances.
The template for project proposal will be made available shortly.
You can find other templates for project management on the website for project tools.