Content Type: Roundtable
We share insights from EAB’s latest research on the higher education industry as well as key opportunities for colleges and universities to redefine and articulate a value proposition that speaks directly to the needs of future campus stakeholders. These sessions are open to all cabinet-level and executive positions at regional higher ed universities.
We share insights from EAB’s latest research on the higher education industry as well as key imperatives for large and selective institutions looking to take advantage of the new rules of winning. These sessions are open to all cabinet-level and executive positions at higher ed universities.
At every turn, higher ed institutions must now compete to be the institution of choice – for their students, their talent, their research funding – all of which present with heightened scarcity post-COVID. With advantage conferred to scale, flexibility, and clearly articulated (differentiated) value propositions, institutions must understand the quickly-evolving dimensions of competition and develop capabilities that allow them to become and remain institutions of choice. This session is best suited for Chief Information Officers and IT leaders who are interested in getting a 360 view of the higher ed sector.
Please join us this fall for our first cabinet event where we will bring together Provosts, Chief Business Officers, and Chiefs 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.
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With years of experience working on cost management related to facilities and business affairs, EAB will be hosting a session featuring experts who will share strategies and answer questions on managing costs at independent schools. This session is best suited for CFOs, Heads of Schools, and Assistant Heads of Schools.
This year’s summit will focus on the theme of faculty and staff engagement. The summit will be an opportunity for Navigate leaders from HBCUs to hear tips and tricks for EAB experts, learn from peers working on engagement on campus, and networking in small groups. This summit will be most relevant for those with a role on their institution’s Navigate leadership team (such as an Executive Sponsor, Program Sponsor, Program Owner, or Application Administrator).
This summit will provide guidance on the role of senior leaders in building campus infrastructure to enhance student belonging and cross-campus student support.
Among the many lessons of the past two years is the discovery that, when the moment necessitates, colleges and universities can act quickly, address cross-campus problems, and adopt new technologies and policies. But as we settle into post-pandemic habits, the jury is out on whether transformational change can be sustained.
The Presidential Experience Lab is a signature event of EAB Research and a unique opportunity for college and university presidents to take inspiration from out-of-industry exemplars to consider thought-provoking concepts, lessons and trends that can help shape their leadership efforts and institutional strategy.