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This article details how the University of Michigan Medical School (UMMS) moved towards a more productive use of limited research space through a home-grown lab allocation process based on indirect cost recovery.
Learn more about the reasons why you should build financial dashboards and what metrics you should include.
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.
CPO is designed to empower individuals involved in course planning with historical analyses and course forecasts to make data-informed decisions.
Higher education’s tough budgetary climate has heightened board and other stakeholders’ (for example, academic leaders, alumni, and parents) interest in their institutions’ financial health. In response, finance leaders are looking to build board-facing financial dashboards to meet rising stakeholder demands for financial information.
The adage “it takes a village” is often applied to challenging but worthy missions, and no initiative on your campus is more important than ensuring that students succeed. Read these representative results from EAB members to learn how diverse stakeholders are making an impact.
To ensure facilities leaders have accurate information for capital renewal decisions, consider the following parameters to select, translate, and evaluate metrics.
Sharing financial information with boards is a tricky balancing act between sharing too little or too much information. Discover three tactics that will help you improve the effectiveness of your financial dashboards.
Learn three outdated instructional capacity metrics and three new analyses that better reflect the new realities of higher education and the everyday experiences of students and faculty.