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Colleges and universities are turning their attention toward optimizing office on a post-COVID-19 campus. Discover the most popular financial, policy, and design changes higher ed leaders are exploring for workspaces.
Advancement staff overwhelmingly prefer hybrid work environments. But what makes a hybrid workforce better, and how should you design your mixed-mode office to maximize employee satisfaction and productivity?
EAB hosted two virtual Q&A sessions to discuss the future of Facilities and remote work. Joined by guests David Kang of University of Colorado Boulder and Tom Morrison of Indiana University, the conversation centered around four lessons for Facilities leaders as they look to the campus of the future.
EAB gathered chief human resource officers and senior facilities officers from 24 institutions to discuss return-to-work policies. Read this expert insight for the takeaways on what makes a more flexible work policy effective and how these changes might impact space utilization and employee engagement.
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.
See EAB’s top resources for addressing the challenges and alleviating the pain points common to remote work.
Facilities leaders are crucial to a successful flexible work policy. Accelerate your progress and align with institutional goals using EAB's resources.
EAB provides chief university research officers with best practices to achieve growth and performance improvements, while reducing administrative burdens.
College and university cabinets must start responding to financial and mission threats by adopting digital-first and multimodal strategies. Use his briefing to spark honest dialogue about higher ed’s multimodal future.
In several recent roundtable discussions convened for higher education CIOs, we asked IT leaders to tell us how they are addressing workplace trends and post-pandemic institutional needs.