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To help guide enrollment strategy, EAB re-sized and segmented the adult degree completion market to understand student attendance patterns and degree choices, and the realities of competing in this challenging market. Discover six takeaways about which adult degree completion students are most likely to reenroll, and why.
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.
The last few years have uniquely burdened chief human resource officers, from the intensity of hiring and turnover to the scope creep caused by the pandemic – CHROs have more transactional responsibilities all while being increasingly relied upon by the cabinet for strategic partnership. Here are three competencies your future or current CHRO must possess as a first step to transform your HR unit into a strategic function.
Learn from our experience helping hundreds of schools with their portfolios over the years and our research into everything from new program launch to rightsizing the portfolio and sunsetting when necessary. This session is best suited for Executives of Professional/ Continuing/ Online/Adult Education who have recently received a Market Insights analysis, or their designees.
This Business Affairs Forum research highlights the ten most common mistakes that derail new program launches. Accompanying each is advice for avoiding the mistake and driving toward net-positive growth.
Restaurants have been one of the most hard hit industries in the pandemic, but they've also become the site of rapid business model innovation. Discover what higher ed can learn from the restaurant industry about pivoting quickly in a crisis, market positioning, and strategy for the long-term.
Profiles smart growth strategies of top institutions that maximize their instructional capacity based on a thorough analysis of capacity, costs, and student demand at the level of academic programs and individual courses.
This study explores the need for a graduate enrollment management plan, as well as the framework and the elements of an effective graduate enrollment management plan.
Take our quick audit to ensure your admitted-student website includes these essential elements to make a compelling case for your college and university, and ensure it serves as a critical tool for winning over undecided students.
These presentations provide business leaders and faculty with tools, templates, and resources to rigorously vet new program proposals, avoid the most common failure paths and launch mistakes, and prevent profitless growth.