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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?
Dedicating staff to these roles builds the capacity for more significant revenue-generating activities, according to a dataset of 230+ institutions.
This resource will help higher ed IT leaders gain a better understanding of the IT labor market so they can more effectively advertise jobs and make the argument for competitive recruitment strategies.
The past couple of months have been incredibly difficult for school communities, here are some creative ways to honor teachers.
Shared services is a tried-and-true method for increasing the efficiency and quality of administrative service delivery, but shared services initiatives tend to evoke fears of layoffs, increased administrative burdens for faculty, and expensive consulting engagements with questionable returns. Use this resource to better understand shared services, take the readiness diagnostic, and look at example maturity models.
Watch the video for four ways your college or university can attract and retain the right IT talent.
In the wake of the growing COVID-19 pandemic, an increasing number of universities are facing mandates from state governments to shift to an “essential personnel only” staffing model. See our advice from three Facilities leaders on how to prepare for “essential personnel” staffing models.
Research shows enrollment teams are experiencing unprecedented staffing challenges. Learn how enrollment teams are navigating the admissions staffing crisis.
Without a fully staffed shop, chief advancement officers risk not meeting yearly fundraising goals at a time of ever-increasing expectations. To understand the current talent crisis, EAB conducted a survey of over 120 higher ed advancement talent leaders about their hiring and retention experiences.
A data-informed campus requires more than just technology; it also requires the leadership to set a clear vision for analytics and data at the institution, and qualified staff to execute that vision. This post details the structure and staff needed for a modern higher education analytics function.