Prepare students for a career. Develop the whole person. Complete cutting-edge research. Steward the institution’s financial health. Higher education institutions often find themselves balancing competing priorities. Sometimes hard choices need to be made; sometimes there’s a third way.
What’s the best way for your university to deal with competing priorities? You won’t know without building relationships, aligning resources, and looking to the future. You won’t know without integrated planning.
PLANNING FOR HIGHER EDUCATION JOURNAL
The Hardest Part of Integrated Planning
Setting priorities often includes one of the hardest decisions a college or university must make: determining what you will stop doing. This article looks at higher education’s tendency to avoid these hard decisions and offers some tips you can use in your next planning process.
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