Event Type: Working Session
CIOs are troubleshooting across campus, and they need faster intel on what institutional leaders need and how other IT leaders are responding. That’s why EAB is convening CIOs on a bi-weekly basis for our ITF Fall Term Troubleshooting Sessions, which will focus on a different and urgent topic that is top of mind for CIOs.
Facilities is often in the crosshairs when budget cuts arise. And early reports of institutions laying off custodial staff or other Facilities employees have started to emerge—even as service level expectations from community members increase. As a result, Facilities executives must start planning how they’ll communicate the importance of their work, identify opportunities to strategically cut budgets, and share potential savings opportunities.
COVID-19 has exacerbated existential threats to higher ed institutions’ financial viability—CBOs must activate plans to slow operating cost growth, align revenue strategy with new market realities, and build an operating infrastructure that is resilient to future threats. Register for a virtual working group to learn what strategies your peers are considering and hear EAB’s take on how those strategies align with industry trends.
As the coronavirus crisis impacts professional job prospects and university enrollment targets, professional and adult education units must develop innovative and flexible programs which meet the evolving needs of the market, young alumni, and working professionals. Participants in the meeting will have the opportunity to share their own ideas, explore how peers would design a new program to meet the needs of young alumni or current professionals in specific industries, and help shape and direct EAB research.
EAB is creating small-group cohorts of independent school peers, meeting monthly at regularly scheduled times. During these events, EAB will present timely updates on top-of-mind advancement issues, and for peer discussion among advancement leaders.
EAB is creating small-group cohorts of independent school peers, meeting monthly at regularly scheduled times. During these events, EAB will present timely updates on top-of-mind enrollment and financial aid issues, and for peer discussion among enrollment leaders.
EAB has launched a new ongoing virtual peer community exclusively for independent school CFOs. Each small-group cohort of independent school peers will meet monthly at regularly scheduled events for EAB to present timely updates on top-of-mind CFO issues and to allow for CFO peer discussion. Attendees will set the agenda for upcoming meetings on a rolling basis.