Several baseline reports from Curriculum Design projects show change taking place in quality processes to support more experimentation, risk-taking and creativity. There is recognition that quality processes should enhance and not distract from the core business of building effective, responsive and relevant curriculum offerings. In some institutions this is being reflected in more integrated/clarified leadership e.g. at Deputy VC level. In others, diverse services and roles with responsibility for curriculum processes are being brought together in new structures such as a programme office or revitalised Academic Development unit.