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Conference Presentations

Higher Ed’s Missing Link

Turning Your Big Data Into Institutional Change
Published 2019
We'll share our metrics-based planning framework—that's producing remarkable outcomes—and explain how you can apply this concept at your institution.
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Data Collection as a Means for Integrated Higher Education ChangeLocked

The Case of the Anchor Dashboard Learning Cohort
From Volume 46 Number 3 | April–June 2018
Six institutions measured the community impact of their anchor mission efforts along several social and economic dimensions using the Anchor Dashboard data tool.
Example Plans

Supporting Document Locked

Public Associate’s College (IA, United States)
This progress report measures progress toward goals put forth in the college’s 2017 strategic plan.

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Example Plans

Supporting Document Locked

(FL, United States)
The university’s progress report for implementing the 2016 strategic plan.

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Planning for Higher Education Journal

Dueling ScorecardsLocked

How Two Colleges Utilize the Popular Planning Method
From Volume 37 Number 3 | April–June 2009
Learn from this in-depth comparison of the “balanced scorecards” implemented by two small institutions.
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Developing a Four-Year Baccalaureate Degree in Applied PsychologyLocked

Experiences in Degree Development at a Former Two-Year Postsecondary Institution
From Volume 36 Number 4 | July–September 2008
What does it take to plan for and move from a two-year to a four-year institution and implement a baccalaureate degree in applied psychology? Here’s how Kwantlen University College (BC) did it.