Decision Guide: How Leaders of Higher Ed Institutions Should Approach Institutional Transformation
Some presidents are hesitant to affect big change on campus. They shouldn't be.
In the 2023 Survey of College and University Presidents, Inside Higher Ed and Hanover Research polled 442 presidents from public, private non-profit, and for-profit institutions and found that while most presidents believed that digital transformation is necessary, many aren't yet ready to commit to some of the more dramatic changes.
In this four-part decision guide, three higher education presidents help break down the survey information, exploring why presidents might hesitate to implement large changes, what moves some are making to transform their campuses, and what sort of measures college and university presidents can take to affect positive and lasting change on campus.
- Why do presidents recognize the need for transformation but simultaneously hesitate to undertake it?
- What will it take to create the higher education institution of tomorrow?
- How do technology partnerships help presidents build and enact effective transformation strategies?
- What should college and university presidents consider when undertaking transformation at their own institutions?
Download your copy of the IHE Decision Guide to learn more.