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Facilities leaders must improve the effectiveness and efficiency of their project management functions to meet their campuses’ needs. Through the 2018 Project Management Survey, EAB's report provides overall project management staffing and productivity benchmarks, including detailed tabular results, quartile rankings, and data cuts between public and private institutions.
EAB's tactics to equip leaders to identify the design and construction interventions that will extend the life of institutional assets.
Browse all of the resources that emerged from our Functional Collaborative on IT Project Management, which brought together 55 project management leaders to discuss how to control project demand on campus and accurately prioritize projects.
Unless project portfolios created before the COVID-19 crisis emerged are re-prioritized, colleges and universities will misdirect resources and may weaken their COVID-19 response. Our scorecard template helps colleges and universities re-prioritize project portfolios to sustain the medium-term COVID-19 response.
Explore industry best questions and templates to collect information for complete and accurate vendor product assessment.
As IT organizations pursue small- and large-scale transformations on their campuses, poor stakeholder communication can easily derail good faith efforts to implement, update, or decommission technology. This toolkit will help you identify stakeholders and develop targeted engagement strategies and messaging to drive successful change management.
This executive brief—written for CIOs, project management directors, and IT governance participants—profiles tactics that make IT project prioritization decisions faster, fairer, and better aligned to institutional strategic needs.
This executive brief—written for CIOs, project management directors, and IT governance participants—details strategies to improve project management’s ability to gain control over chaotic project backlogs, develop a standardized project request process, cost-effectively filter project requests for further development, and shape customer project demand.
While critical for modernizing campus for functional and aesthetic reasons, the process for determining which capital projects are funded—and which are not—is complex and politically fraught.
Due to pressures from faculty members, staff, students, donors, and the government, higher education administrators have placed a growing emphasis on campus sustainability efforts. Read this study to understand how other colleges and universities approach sustainability action plans and inform your own plan.