Financial sustainability is a team effort, and only the schools who understand the new paradigm will succeed. We help you learn how to measure the financial sustainability of classes, programs and schools, and then use that information to reallocate resources and improve your decision making.
Many colleges and universities devote hours, weeks, and months to the participative planning process involved in drafting a strategic plan. The process tends to fall apart at the most important stage: the implementation phase. Strategic planning is only as good as its implementation. We share key findings on how to move a strategic plan from the drawing board to reality, based on important research.
Restructuring in every form, is hitting institutions all over the country. Smooth transitions are achievable when using proven, well-defined steps. We reveal a practical planning process focused on success as well as minimizing conflict, attrition, and developing positive new cultures.
More and more schools are turning to curriculum mapping. Curriculum maps can enhance your programming and engage your faculty while standing up to increased oversight of by accrediting agencies, funders, students, and employers. We help you get started with curriculum maps and help you improve the overall educational program at your school.
Learn the importance of evaluating what has motivated online course and program development in the past to guide your decisions today. You’ll discover who should be involved in the process of fine-tuning your online programming.
This presentation will examine the terminology and its impact on the institution, describe the challenges and benefits of its implementation, illustrate the resources/skill-sets needed, and offer real-world examples of analyses that help to predict future student demand by identifying the data elements necessary for success.