Education & Research: Organizational transformation

To maintain a competitive advantage, organizations must embrace change and align organizational goals and processes to enable a culture that attracts and retains employees.

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  • 3 Ways to Put People First to Advance Transformation in Higher Education

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    To mount an effective, scalable plan that supports the workforce and aligns technology and processes, higher education’s leaders must re-imagine transformation.

  • Talent Strategy: New Realities Prompt New Approaches

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    Colleges and universities are finding it harder to attract and retain talent, receiving fewer qualified applicants, and relying more on interim hires.

  • Implementing Disruptive Change: How to Align Educational Leaders

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    To bring dramatic and sustainable change to fruition in higher education, leaders need to take a strategic approach to implementation and collaboration.

  • Online Education: Focusing on Growth and Quality

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    Higher education institutions are differentiating themselves by enhancing the quality of online education and determining their optimal approach to growth.

  • Who Should Lead Your University’s Change Management Effort?

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    As part of change management, its important to find someone who can communicate changes to stakeholders and ensure success in the higher ed cloud implementation.

  • Administrative Support in Higher Education Is a “Job to Be Done” With the Customer at the Center

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    Delivering administrative services through a shared services model leverages resources across the organization, standardizes processes and aligns technology.

  • Prioritizing Faculty and Staff to Sustain and Improve Institutional Success

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    More than two years after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, supporting faculty, staff and students is more critical than ever.

  • The Transformation-Ready Higher Education Institution

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    Huron, the American Council on Education and the Georgia Institute of Technology surveyed 495 higher education leaders about how they are preparing for change.

  • Shared Services: Finding the Right Fit for Higher Ed

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    While institutions may struggle with implementation, when designed and implemented effectively, shared services models offer numerous benefits that far outweigh the short-term challenges.

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