Thank you for participating in EAB’s Financial Performance Collaborative.
You now have the opportunity to register for up to three modules of the Financial Performance Collaborative, based on your institutional priorities and team capacity across the next three months. As a reminder, each module will require an Implementation Leader (IL). Sessions are best suited for Chief Business Officers and Provosts.
Please join us this fall for EAB IGNITED where we will bring together Presidents, Provosts, Chief Business Officers, and Heads of Strategy in closed-door, role specific groups followed by cross-cabinet working sessions with peers from other institutions. EAB will lead you and your peers through a series of case profiles and interactive workshops designed to activate learning around our latest organizational effectiveness research and the ramifications for the Higher Ed landscape.
Explore the materials from this two-part series on ‘Building an Anti-Burnout Workplace Culture in Academic Affairs,’ which convened academic leaders in virtual forums to discuss the long-term strategic importance of bolstering support and fulfilling their role as an academic leader that builds a workplace that actively combats burnout.
Becoming an anti-racist institution involves conscious, active, and ongoing effort. In this webinar, participants will learn about the anti-racist behaviors and actions that span across unit and function to transform the experiences of ethnic and diverse populations on campus.
EAB brought together provosts and chief diversity officers to discuss promotion, tenure, and workload policies for BIPOC faculty retention and career advancement. Explore the takeaways from the sessions that you can implement on your campus.
Many colleges and universities have devoted significant time and resources to diversifying their faculty pipelines, but ensuring these faculty members stick around is the second—and equally critical—step. Discover eight metrics that can help your institution diagnose faculty racial inequity.
In response to growing interest among provosts in norms and emerging trends associated with academic affairs unit, we launched a survey to provide much-needed insight into the size, scope, and processes in place at colleges and universities across North America.
Declines in enrollment and revenues, in some cases exacerbated by COVID-19 and in others a perennial issue, have forced many colleges and universities to take a hard look at their academic cost structure. While there is no single right way to make these difficult decisions, there are a few common mistakes that should be avoided if you decide to undertake such a process.
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