Higher Ed CTOs: How to Balance Technology, Strategy, and Partnership

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The best digital transformation strategy relies on engaging proven, lasting partnerships to continually chase innovation.

A successful partnership is one in which both parties challenge one another and feel heard. In higher education, the chief technology officer’s (CTO) role is a primary player in building partnerships across campus, not only with senior leaders, but also with technology vendors. As more and more operations, roles, and objectives are fundamentally tied to technology, building these relationships is more important than ever.

In this episode of the EdUp Experience podcast, Neal Dyer, CTO at Southeastern University, and Chris Morgan, Intrapreneur of Lifelong Learning at Jenzabar, discuss why healthy and sustainable partnerships are fundamental to software development and technology implementation in higher education. They also discuss how CTOs can address change management across campus by showcasing wins, demonstrating a technology’s value, and putting a large focus on user experience.

Listen to this podcast episode to learn more about what CTOs can do to support their institution’s transformation through the successful adoption, implementation, and ongoing use of technology.

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