Download the presentation decks from our 2017-2018 national meeting series.
This Higher Education “State of the Union” provides in-depth analysis and discussion of four market trends to watch in 2018: doubling down on “consumer intelligence” principles, a rising bar for strategy and innovation in new markets, the importance of place and the power of local, and new organizational and business models for innovation.
This research arms business leaders and teams with tools, templates, and resources to rigorously vet new program proposals, avoid the most common failure paths and launch mistakes, and prevent profitless growth.
Find additional tools and resources to support new program.
Download Thomas Jefferson University’s Lookback Analysis Template
Download Thomas Jefferson University’s New Program Cost Calculator
Download University of Maryland, Baltimore County’s New Program Budget Template
Download McMaster University’s New Program Financial Planning Tool
Download Creighton University’s Business Case Template
Download Shippensburg University’s Business Case Template
Download University of the Fraser Valley’s Business Case Template For Degree Programs
Download University of the Fraser Valley’s Business Case Template for Non-Degree Programs
Download University of Kentucky’s Business Case Template
Download University of Notre Dame’s Business Case Template
Download Kansas State’s Central Market Research Analyst Position Description
Download EAB’s Market Demand Validation Checklist
Download EAB’s Market Alignment Checklist
Download EAB’s Marketing Rules of Thumb
This session provides institutions with the tools to identify opportunities for administrative process improvement and embed a reengineering mindset among frontline staff and managers alike, all with the goal of reclaiming lost productivity, increasing staff capacity to facilitate a growth mindset, and achieving cost savings.
This research frames the question of organizational redesign in terms of finding a balance between scale, service, and quality. In addition to providing a look-back on recent trends in service delivery, this presentation also offers lessons to help institutions manage staff transitions to new organizational models and embed and track improved workflows to ensure sustained success.