Based on our decades of experience counseling campus CEOs, we’ve identified the key behaviors successful presidents use to lead their institutions through the tough times.
Colleges may already prepare extensively for VIPs, but a deeper level of cross-campus coordination can ensure a smooth visit even when protests or other disruptions occur.
In 1992 Henry Rowan pledged $100 million to create a new kind of engineering school. Rowan’s legacy transformed Glassboro State College into a public research university that would change the lives of South New Jersey citizens and businesses. Rowan’s gift is still rewriting the history of public campus partnering and co-development, creating a contemporary business parable that other flagship state universities can learn from.
Higher ed administrators are using apps and platforms behind the scenes to help create efficiencies, increase productivity, and manage projects and workflow.
Preparing for the annual audit can be one of the most stressful times of the year for university financial leaders. Some schools compound the challenges of the audit process by not adequately preparing. In these cases, schools are still working on the accounting books and schedules when the audit is supposed to start. This poses challenges for the auditors and results in a highly inefficient and disruptive process.