The ingredients for success in realizing institutional objectives consist of several
key factors. Understanding an institution’s market position, evaluation of the viability
of current and future academic programs, strategic and tactical planning, attaining
accreditation approvals -
How well an institution carries out its mission is predicated on the clarity of its
vision and the focus of its map to success. Developing an institutional strategic
plan is not only a necessary process for any accredited college or university, but
is also an opportunity to sharply focus its operational direction in a dynamic and
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An institution is only as strong as the people who run it. The Education Advisory Group’s customized Higher Education Professional Development Workshops© provide valuable training that elevates the skill set of your managers and staff to meet the challenges of today’s competitive landscape. Time management, effective communication, customer service skills, leadership qualities, and impactful management techniques are all facets of a dynamic institutional team. Programs in Customer Service, Management, Leadership, and Recruitment Training are all designed and customized specifically for higher education institutions. Learn more here.
Working with state and national accrediting agencies is a complex process. Whether your institution is seeking to open a new campus, add a new program, get approval for online offerings, or even manage itself out of a probationary or warning status, interfacing with state and regional agencies requires experienced experts who know how to manage the process to its desired conclusion. As the number and nature of government regulations that affect higher education become increasingly cumbersome, utilizing skilled professionals who know how to navigate the necessary channels has become essential. Learn more here.
The changing nature of how current and prospective students communicate, and the
shifts in their decision-