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As students increasingly express interest in conducting independent study, many faculty feel they lack the resources to both support students and take on additional teaching responsibilities. Learn how formalizing the independent study review process can uncover inefficiencies, and provide opportunities to take on more meaningful incentives.
The Business Affairs Forum is excited to launch Implementation Collaboratives, a new service designed to provide practical advice on “work in the moment” and professional networking opportunities for senior finance and administration leaders.
This brief provides strategies used at eight Responsibility Center Management (RCM) institutions to eliminate duplicate budgetary services across an institution and implement sufficient administrative and technological support to meet budgetary needs across campus.
Includes sample dashboards and reports from dozens of institutions from across the spectrum of higher education, along with an Insights Brief highlighting key findings on the metrics most frequently reported to the Board, average number of indicators for each functional area, Key Performance Indicators compendium, and more.
This session is for finance professionals, who have an opportunity to support the academy's growth goals by helping fine-tune market estimates, cost projections, and new program proposals.
This presentation is designed for leaders on both the academic and administrative sides of the institution to understand key trends shaping higher education in 2018. The presentation will feature insights into new student markets, including online, international, master's, and degree completers.
Despite rigorous market demand evaluation, some program launches will not work out as planned. Learn about two factors that make hitting enrollment targets difficult.
Helps members devise a financially realistic framework for ensuring that the institution is systematically evaluating risk exposure, allocating scarce mitigation resources to the risks deemed most important, and incenting risk owners across campus to better manage their risks.