The most advanced marketing and communication departments today are strategic partners and get involved in everything from institutional branding to admissions to fundraising. Here's three lessons to incorporate marcomm teams in campus strategy.
While the term customer service can make some campus leaders uncomfortable, those who can suspend their initial disbelief can gain these three valuable lessons about student and staff engagement from the private sector.
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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Tenure criteria is often based on narrow forms of academic work that don’t advance the institution’s strategic priorities. These three types of changes to promotion and tenure criteria can help academic leaders measure what matters: Academic work that bolsters institutional strategy.
See important questions your school should answer about campus policies on free speech and climate flashpoints in the wake of the latest executive order.
When it comes to future strategic planning, these three thought patterns can trip up leaders. Here's how to challenge biases and overcome incremental thinking to better prepare your campus for the future.
Between 2025 and 2029, the college-age population in the United States is expected to see a 15% decline. Learn four ways that colleges and universities can work to secure their student enrollment pipeline in the coming years.