Real Talk: Using Data to Manage Change in Times of Uncertainty
Thursday, May 28, 2020 | 04:00 PM ET
Higher education now faces a new era of challenges and uncertainty. Forces of change are triggering significant shifts in operations and directly impacting strategic goals, processes and culture. In swift response to the need and pressure for rapid transformation, institutions are strengthening their efficiencies and effectiveness by implementing organizational change management.
During this panel discussion, we will speak with progressive higher education leaders on directing and managing change in postsecondary education. We will further discuss the value and application of data and analytics for institutional planning, student outcomes, and administrative effectiveness during this time (and after) of uncertainty and crisis.
Discussion Topics Include:
What data is relevant for right now?
Driving and managing change in this jarring new reality
Using data to build strategies for addressing financial stability, enrollment and student learning
Roslyn Clark Artis, JD, Ed.D.
Phyllis Worthy Dawkins, Ph.D.
National Executive Director of Higher Education, Council Exchange Board of Trade
Higher Education Consultant, EduProfs
Past President, Bennett College
Jillian Kinzie, Ph.D.
Associate Director, Indiana University Center for Postsecondary Education and NSSE Institute
NILOA Senior Scholar
J. Michael Bonnette, Ph.D.
Senior Vice President for Advancement
University of Lynchburg (VA)
Kelli Rainey, Ed.D.
Assistant Vice President, Campus Strategy
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