Tag: Organizational Design
Research offices today must address unpredictable funding shifts, complex regulations, and increased competition from other schools for grant funding. These challenges expand and diversify the scope of a research office’s work. To tackle these diverse challenges and improve university research functionality, leaders often look to optimize the organizational structure of their office. A smart organizational structure will help offices streamline processes, improve communication, and designate activity ownership.
Who owns student success at your institution? Over the last five years, many schools have moved away from the old “owned by everyone” model in favor of one that assigns ownership to a specific leader tasked with overseeing key student services. This session explores the emerging role of the “Chief Student Success Officer” and how best to organize your own enterprise.
See important trends from a nationwide survey of enrollment eaders including operations, staffing, organizational structures, and budget allocation.
Our meeting series will explore the existential threats facing campus IT and provide insight into where some technology organizations are finding success.
How should colleges and universities invest their scarce dollars in advancement? Here’s how the best advancement offices get the most bang for their buck.
Download the infographic today to learn which areas your institutions should focus on to improve your ROI.
Our recent benchmarks look at how certain units correlate to more revenue growth.
The more staff full-time equivalents (FTEs) you devote to enrollment activities, the more new students you will enroll in your class come fall. Read three best practices when it comes to FTEs staffing for campus visits.
Here are the most common questions Professional & Adult Education Forum members ask us about unit design.
Our latest benchmarking survey revealed three key trends across COE units.