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July 10, 2015 Whitepaper 38 minute read
Nationwide, higher education leaders are forging new relationships built upon deeper collaboration, improved service, and closer alignment of business initiatives with institutional missions.

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Nationwide, higher education leaders are forging new relationships built upon deeper collaboration, improved service, and closer alignment of business initiatives with institutional missions. Leaders are asking questions and developing new business practices and models, new ways of using information technology, and new recruitment and retention strategies to grow and thrive in a highly competitive environment. Nimbleness, creative problem-solving, transparent communications — these tools of change all require a strong foundation:

  • Does your institution have a solid strategic plan in place?
  • Does your business model support your mission?
  • Is your financial management sound?
  • Does information technology support your people — faculty, staff, and students alike — and your optimized processes, rather than the other way around?

These are just some of the questions higher education leaders and their institutions must be able to answer.

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