Tribal Group Blog

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Phil Moseley

As a senior consultant for Tribal, Phil's primary responsibility is the delivery and development of our Benchmarking product and associated services.

Recent Posts

Is there such a thing as a ‘light touch’ Financial Benchmarking project for colleges?

Posted by Phil Moseley on May 27, 2021

Is there such a thing as a ‘light touch’ Benchmarking project?

If the global pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that you can do pretty much everything ‘remotely’. Our benchmarking team here at Tribal had, even prior to March 2020, identified and committed to a more efficient benchmarking process, but what does this really look like and what does it deliver? FE college leaders share their recent experiences…

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Topics: Further Education, Blog, Benchmarking

3 factors driving FE Colleges’ engagement with Benchmarking right now

Posted by Phil Moseley on May 17, 2021

Benchmarking. Everyone in education knows the benefits. It’s a vital tool when it comes to supporting students and improving outcomes. And it’s also a vital tool for college leadership teams, as they target operational effectiveness and financial sustainability. But why is benchmarking in Further Education (FE) such a hot topic, right now? Tribal’s benchmarking team has been speaking to FE leaders to find out…

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Topics: Further Education, Blog, Benchmarking

What will Augar's Review mean for Further Education?

Posted by Phil Moseley on August 26, 2019

The Augar Review has been a welcome voice in the FE space. More funding in the sector might seem like the fairy dust needed to solve FE's current issues, but colleges should tread with caution. We talk to Tribal FE Consultant, Philip Moseley about what he thinks the Augar Review means for FE.

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Topics: Further Education, Blog

FE College Finance – a collaborative approach to performance benchmarking

Posted by Phil Moseley on May 3, 2019

FE College Finance – a collaborative approach to performance benchmarking

 

Collaboration in FE is not a new concept, particularly when it comes to provision  (with an ITP or HEI) and/or shared services (such as HR and Payroll). Indeed, many colleges engage frequently with and benefit from collaborating with their AoC (or other) regional network. But what we are yet to see as a sector, is colleges regularly engaging in formal relationships with others around performance benchmarking… 

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Topics: Further Education, Blog