The European Scheduling Summit (ESS) expands globally and changes its name to Scheduling Professionals Association (SPA).
To kick off the very first SPA webinar, we are inviting schedulers globally to tune in to a treat of a scheduling talkshow unraveling one of the most interesting and complicated topics of the scheduling industry today:
Automatic vs manual scheduling: When does what make sense?
The talkshow will go both high and low in examining this topic, exploring conversations such as "Why does not everyone just schedule automatically?", quality and speed benefits of both modes of scheduling, complex constraint setting, organisational challenges, data collection - and of course - real life examples from seasoned industry experts having seen both sides of the coin in several institutions.
With us on the panel, we have invited three experts representing a wide variety of knowledge, experience and geographies:
Dorte Jensen - Operational System Owner of Scheduling Systems at Copenhagen University in Denmark
Svetlana Khalif - Lead - Learning Spaces at Monash University in Australia (formerly Scheduling Service Manager)
Ivan Meyer - Implementation Consultant at Celcat in the UK (and former timetabler at several institutions in both South Africa and the UK)
TIMING IN DIFFERENT TIME ZONES:
DATE: 4th of May 2021
Western Australia: 3:30PM-4:30PM
Eastern Australia: 5:30PM-6:30PM
New Zealand: 7:30PM-8:30PM