IT units in the HE sector have long faced a “boom and bust” cycle of funding. IT projects receive a large influx of funding during implementation, but then face a funding shortfall during the maintenance phase. To address this, the University of Sheffield’s Director, IT implemented a new IT organizational structure in 2021.
The Edify Data Strategy Series consists of four interactive sessions focused on popular Edify Accelerators. Accelerators are workspaces with flexible multi-source analytics designed to answer a common set of higher ed business questions. Additional sessions will be scheduled, and their registration is not yet open.
Business Intelligence (BI) and analytics initiatives have the potential to serve decision makers and leaders, but many institutions struggle to launch BI programs that are sustainable and affordable. This report provides benchmarks on BI to help the IT function allocate resources and set goals that will make BI a long-term success on campus.
Classroom technology investments often result in disgruntled faculty, underserved students, and low ROI. Learn how Eastern Michigan University broke that cycle and increased its investment in instructional technology with the creation of a “Collaboratory.”
Carleton College’s Chief Technology Officer, Janet Scannell, sat down with EAB’s IT Strategy Advisory Services to share her strategies for diversifying the IT workforce. These strategies helped IT backfill half of FY22’s eight vacancies with BIPOC candidates. Read on to see three strategies that have made Carleton successful in increasing staff diversity in IT.
To compete in today’s cutthroat IT labor market, higher ed leaders need to understand the latest labor market trends from higher ed and across industries to inform how they advertise jobs and recruit talent. Read EAB’s analysis of nationwide IT job postings in higher ed and explore our five key takeaways from this data.
This executive brief compiles best practice research to help IT leaders leverage data and principled tactics to mitigate risks, eliminate legacy and redundant technologies, and recoup valuable IT costs and resources.
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