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Ask Deloitte About: Current issues in higher education
As series of articles focusing on various higher education topics
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- Why "Ask Deloitte About" topics in higher education?
- Closing the attainment gap in higher education
- RePurpose and social intrapreneurship
- Seven principles for effective change management
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Why "Ask Deloitte About" current issues in higher education?
The largest professional services network in the world, Deloitte provides industry-leading services to the world’s most distinguished organizations. Our clients count on us to help them transform uncertainty into possibility and rapid change into lasting progress. Our people anticipate, collaborate, innovate, and create opportunity, even from unforeseen obstacles. We see the impact of disruption on colleges and universities and understand the need to apply a 360-degree lens to higher education industry analysis that serves the academic enterprise, from diversity and inclusion to the new digital reality.
That’s why we are exploring current issues in higher education with the "Ask Deloitte About" series.
"Ask Deloitte About": Closing the attainment gap in higher education
From its founding as a women’s college in 1891, University of North Carolina Greensboro (UNCG) has a long history of encouraging nontraditional students to pursue higher education. Deloitte takes a look at how the university is achieving success in improving graduation rates for black and Hispanic students.
"Ask Deloitte About": RePurpose and social intrapreneurship
The 2018 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends report showcases a profound shift facing business leaders worldwide: Rising expectations for organizations to solve social and environmental issues. This shift reflects the growing importance of social capital in shaping an organization’s purpose, guiding relationships with stakeholders, and influencing ultimate success or failure.
Seven principles for effective change management
Effective transformation requires an enterprise-wide approach to improve and enhance organizational models, operating processes, technology, leadership, and talent models. Yet in many cases, the organization’s resources are focused solely on the project itself and not on stakeholder commitment.
To improve the odds of implementing an effective change management initiative in your higher education institution, take these seven principles to heart.
Please check back for the next article in this "Ask Deloitte About" series about board effectiveness in higher education.
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