Tag: Metrics and Dashboards
Learn four steps to better measure the impact of student success initiatives through strategic design.
An annual departmental review gives academic leaders more visibility into how their decisions impact institutional strategy and also allows for more flexibility in strategic planning. Learn more, plus see which metrics you should track.
Read on to find out what elements consistently make for effective dashboards.
The adage “it takes a village” is often applied to challenging but worthy missions, and no initiative on your campus is more important than ensuring that students succeed. Read these representative results from EAB members to learn how diverse stakeholders are making an impact.
Learn more about the reasons why you should build financial dashboards and what metrics you should include.
Learn three outdated instructional capacity metrics and three new analyses that better reflect the new realities of higher education and the everyday experiences of students and faculty.
Build your Facilities dashboard to cut through the noise of data overload, focus on a subset of metrics, and make effective operational decisions.
This infographic provides a quick reference guide for how to translate critical institutional priorities into departmental performance indicators and goals.
To ensure facilities leaders have accurate information for capital renewal decisions, consider the following parameters to select, translate, and evaluate metrics.
Faculty at the department level often struggle to see the connection between their work and the progress markers that university leaders track. Oklahoma State University recognized that success looks different for different departments, and the university found a compromise between campus-wide strategic goals and customized department performance targets.