Senior leaders facing the challenge of strategic planning for their institutions must navigate factors ranging from the number and frequency of legislative changes to the different levels of success within divisions of colleges. The intrinsic and extrinsic demands on individual divisions require that senior leaders capitalize on a vast scope of inputs and data points to institute a plan with strong buy-in.
Higher education demands planning tools that consider difficult measures such as acquisition of knowledge by students and innovation as defined by regional and program accreditors. Many strategic planning tools exist, but few focus solely on underscoring the tenets of success in higher education. To learn more about meaningful strategic planning that leads to growth and sustainability, join Watermark and JRM in this one-hour webinar.