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Planning for Higher Education Journal

Factors Related to Faculty Research Productivity and Implications for Academic PlannersLocked

From Volume 39 Number 4 | July–September 2011
Planners must align the emphasis on research and scholarly products with the overall institutional mission.
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Unbundling the Issue of Faculty ProductivityLocked

From Volume 41 Number 2 | January–March 2013
Unbundling how faculty spend their time is a key driver of higher education purpose, institutional intent, and cost. It deserves to be unbundled into its component parts.
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Cultivating the Future of Graduate EducationLocked

Factors Contributing to Salary for Recent Doctorate Degree Recipients
From Volume 41 Number 4 | July–September 2013
Like any individual seeking to make a rational decision, doctoral students must decide if the benefits of earning this degree outweigh the costs.
Planning for Higher Education Journal

“Be Prepared” for Policy WindowsLocked

Cultivating Campus Change
From Volume 41 Number 3 | March–May 2013
How can universities overcome the institutional inertia that impedes successful innovation and change?
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Conversations With Central AdministrationLocked

Facilitating Communication and Partnerships in New Program Development
From Volume 41 Number 3 | March–May 2013
Central administration is not creating curriculum; rather, it is encouraging the faculty to understand limitations and embrace broad institutional visions.
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Connecting Institutional Goals with Measurable OutcomesLocked

Lessons from an Academic Realignment Initiative
From Volume 42 Number 4 | July–September 2014
In an era of high-stakes accountability and limited financial resources, we recommend that academic leaders intentionally connect institutional goals to measurable outcomes.
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Placing Academics at the Heart of Higher Education PlanningLocked

From Volume 43 Number 2 | January–March 2015
Academic programs should serve as the centrifugal force, informing and driving the accomplishment of all other institutional plans.
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Organizational Portfolio Management and Institutions of Higher EducationLocked

From Volume 43 Number 2 | January–March 2015
The outcome of organizational portfolio management is a tighter alignment of institutional resources with strategic objectives and defined mission.
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Reshaping Your Curriculum to Grow the Bottom LineLocked

Optimizing Academic Balance (OAB): Mission, Quality, Market Potential, Cost, and Revenue
From Volume 43 Number 2 | January–March 2015
OAB provides knowledge you can use to redirect scarce resources to increase enrollment, maximize the value of the curriculum, and strengthen institutional viability.
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The Tennessee Colleges of Applied TechnologyLocked

Integrating Academic Planning With Regional Job Markets and Capital Investments
From Volume 43 Number 2 | January–March 2015
Academic planning decisions and capital investments can be coordinated to improve placement rates and make the most efficient use of capital funds.
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How to Support Successful Institutional Planning

What does it take to succeed at integrated planning in higher education? We surveyed over 94,000 college and university professionals. Here’s what they said makes a difference.
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Integrated Planning Glossary

Words matter. In higher education, each unit often has its own language—acronyms, jargon, and connotations. A glossary can help college and university planning start on the right foot.
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