Tag: Cost Savings
EAB’s tactics to equip leaders to identify the design and construction interventions that will extend the life of institutional assets.
Every year, the Facilities Forum’s research cycle culminates in a series of executive roundtables hosted across the country, where groups of 20-30 senior Facilities officers convene to discuss their biggest strategic challenges. Read our recap of this past year’s sessions and reserve your seat for the upcoming series, which will focus on topics including the […]
It’s almost become old hat to say that the higher education economic model is “broken.” Unstable future revenues. Ballooning costs. For some, it’s survival at risk. But even the most fortunate are concerned that there won’t be sufficient budget to sustain excellence, much less fund new ambitions. Yet despite all the talk about an economic […]
EAB sat down with Tony Maltais of University of Alberta to discuss people counters on campus.
Hear from three of our member institutions on why they use Academic Performance Solutions (APS) for data-informed planning and decision-making.
This research brief examines drivers of departmental instructional costs.
As institutions look for more opportunities to improve their sustainability efforts, green revolving funds like those at Harvard University provide the necessary investment to reduce utility consumption, waste removal, or operating costs. Learn how Harvard relaunched their revolving loan program, and how the improved application process continues to evolve.
A chronic dependence on air conditioner can lead to high energy bills and lower employee productivity. Here are three reasons why you need to turn the thermostat up in the hot summer months.
Learn how administrators at two institutions utilized managed competition to see if units could achieve cost savings in-house—or if they should outsource to vendors instead.
This infographic provides 100 cost rebasing tactics to help institutions find principled and sustainable ways to reduce costs without painful and often ineffective labor cuts.