December 30, 1899
The Washington and Jefferson College Decision Matrix lists the levels of responsibility of the president, board, faculty, and other stakeholders for decisions in areas such as budgeting, making personnel decisions, and strategic planning.
Washington and Jefferson College Decision Matrix
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June 20, 2016
In this exclusive Q&A, Rolando Montoya, provost of operations at Miami Dade College, shares best practices for boosting administrative productivity and graduation rates without breaking the bank.
Increase degree and certificate production. Cut costs. Ramp up transfers. Prep more students for the workforce. Community colleges are being tasked with more and more priorities, but the result is often that nothing gets prioritized, and goals go unaccomplished—unless you remember what’s truly most important.
March 15, 2016
Can higher education provide leadership on the pressing issues of inclusion that our institutions and nation face today? Yes, but only if these issues receive the focused attention they deserve by college and university leaders.
March 14, 2016
The report finds that financial decision making is best guided through business model approaches that prioritize data transparency, providing stakeholders a look into the connections between expenses, revenues and education outcomes.
January 11, 2016
A Question of Competency; See What Happens; More to Come; Breaking It Down