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Strategy and Planning

In this pivotal moment for higher education, universities need a bold strategic vision to thrive. EAB can help you forecast the future of your institution, create strategic road maps, and understand the organizational implications of change.

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Helping college and university presidents navigate this increasingly challenging environment of higher education through tailored support, strategic research, and opportunities for off-the-record discussion with peers.
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While most presidents recognize the need to sell their college or university's value to prospective students, fewer recognize the value of selling their institution internally. Reminding faculty and staff about the role of their work in your mission helps align individual efforts with institutional goals.

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