Tag: Stakeholder Communication and Enfranchisement
As governments around the world scramble to respond to COVID-19’s financial impacts, many countries have introduced relief packages for their respective tertiary or higher education sectors. In most instances, government relief accounts for just a fraction of universities’ expected losses. Higher education providers in some countries are receiving no direct emergency funding at all, with policy changes making up the bulk of government action. To make sense of the different support packages and policy changes affecting HEIs, EAB has put together a short summary of where universities stand in terms of relief in different corners of the globe.
Use this infographic to create a decision-making framework to help guide your stance on when to respond to incidents of incivility.
Discover ten trends universities should keep in mind to better understand industry’s needs and create compelling opportunities that attract new corporate sponsors in this infographic.
See tips for securing stakeholder support and necessary resources to launch your first online program, enhance your marketing strategy, and more, from a former business school dean.
As the number of new technologies on campus grows, learn how a data management platform can empower IT teams by creating a holistic view of their data.
See five questions to ask about your project intake processes to uncover and correct common mistakes that compromise effective IT project evaluation.
A few weeks ago, EAB partnered with the California State University (CSU) System to host a system-wide student success summit. Hearing positive feedback and stories from the team not only re-energized me, but also got me thinking about how EAB could replicate their experiences to better support our other system members. After seven years leading […]
Find out how CROs and their teams can educate university stakeholders on F&A with a handout that provides a basic introduction to facilities and administrative costs.
Only 3% of department chairs receive formal training before assuming their role. Find out how to better support academic leaders’ financial planning.
Help academic sponsors understand their role in the capital planning process and keep everyone on the same page.