Edurio – the sector-leading organisation providing cutting-edge surveys and organisational insights for academy trusts – has become an official partner to Forum Strategy for the upcoming academic year.
As trusts and schools continue to make sense of the implications of the pandemic, and the societal and employment trends that have emerged as a result, trusts will need to ensure their strategic planning is based on timely and robust intelligence and insights – both national and local. Edurio’s work in gathering such intelligence and identifying both local and sector-wide trends will play a crucial role in ensuring trusts remain, and enhance further their role, as employers of choice and community-focused organisations
Forum Strategy’s national networks of CEOs, COOs and executive leaders will benefit from high quality insights and a partnership between Forum and Edurio that ensures both organisations remain at the cutting edge on strategic thinking and planning.
Commenting on the new partnership, Michael Pain, CEO of Forum Strategy said: “The pace of change right now is rapid, and no leader, organisation or government can keep ahead of this alone. We want to work with Edurio to ensure we’re all asking the right questions of staff, communities, and parents; and ensuring that translates into high quality strategic leadership across the trust sector. The national reach and expertise of both Edurio and Forum Strategy, together with our high quality local relationships, will ensure that our work together benefits boards, CEOs and the wider sector.”
Ernest Jenavs, CEO of Edurio, said: “The importance of strategic and forward-looking school leadership has never been greater than now. Over the last year, we have enjoyed participating in many insightful and inspirational discussions within the Forum Strategy network and sharing our research findings to support the debate. We are excited to be working even closer on helping trusts learn from their people and each other!”
For more information on Edurio and our small group of leading partners, please visit: Partners | Forum Strategy