Scott Winslow leads the IT Forum and EAB’s International Research. As a research managing director, Scott is responsible for directing research inquiries to find and drive adoption of best practice advice for helping executives at our member universities implement and over see those practices at their own institutions.
Scott’s professional life has been devoted to overseeing and running idea discovery and sharing networks of organizational leaders at EAB and EAB’s sister companies the Advisory Board and CEB. Additionally, as the executive director of the Obama administration’s President’s Management Advisory Board,Scott worked directly with the 15 Fortune 500 CEOs on the board to oversee the discovery and implementation of management and operational efficiencies across the federal agencies.
Scott Winslow earned a B.A. in Economics and Foreign Affairs from the University of Virginia. His MBA is from the A.B. Freeman School of Business at Tulane University where he was a Freeman Fellow.
Research and Insights
There is widespread desire for an improved service delivery partnership between central IT and end users on campus. Front-line stakeholders feel like they don’t have access to the latest technologies they need to be effective. They expect an “Amazon experience” whenever they use technology. So when central IT can’t help end users access a…
The IT Forum’s new “Centers of Excellence” are built to provide front-to-back support on some of the perennial issues facing technology leaders in higher education. This Center of Excellence includes coverage of the IT strategic planning process with basic guidelines, workshops, templates, and diagnostic tools to educate peers and stakeholders, as well as advanced practices…