With its renewed commitment supported by the second Erasmus+ funding period, and following the Phase 2 kick-off meeting in November, the EELISA Alliance is set to hold the initial on-site strategic meeting of the EELISA Executive Board. Scheduled for January 25 and 26, 2024, this initial gathering will be hosted at the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid.
Anticipated to be deeply strategic in nature, the primary objective of this meeting is to actively involve Executive Board members in crafting the EELISA roadmap for 2024. The agenda encompasses fostering a clear and shared comprehension of EELISA’s key value propositions during the roll-out phase and constructing an overarching view of the Executive Board’s priorities for the year.
Identifying pivotal transversal actions and mechanisms that members must endorse to foster a more supportive environment represents a crucial component within the work plan. This is essential for achieving the successful implementation of EELISA’s key value proposals and contributing to the achievement of EELISA 2.0 Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and milestones.
The work sessions will also be linked to critical topics such as the evolution of EELISA’s Research and Innovation strategy, the inter-university campus and education, the EELISA knowledge-creating teams and their connection with society, as well as the Alliance integration. Developing a clearly outlined Alliance portfolio management framework and defining EELISA’s focus areas will be additionally part of the Executive Board discussions.
Another noteworthy highlight will be the involvement of EELISA Student Council members, who will present their roadmap of actions aimed at boosting student awareness and participation. Their involvement in guiding these efforts is essential for the overall success of EELISA’s goals.
Everything is set for what is expected to be highly fruitful sessions that will mark the beginning of a year full of commitment and collaboration!
ELISA has received co-funding from the European Union under GA No. 101124676 / EELISA-InnoCORE has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 R & I programme under GA No. 101035811