Considerations when deploying Workday software in Higher Education
Real-world lessons from Workday implementations
When higher learning institutions choose Workday to help with finance and human capital management, there's more to the job than "online, on time." Here are key lessons from three recent implementations.
Critical lessons from three university Workday implementations.
Elevating cybersecurity on the higher education leadership agenda
Increasing executive fluency and engagement in cyber risk
Universities are a frequent target for cyberattacks because of the sensitive data their IT systems often house combined with the vulnerabilities that come with an open-access culture. Successful higher education cybersecurity requires communication between the IT department and institutional leaders, so they can be more effective in preventing attacks and bouncing back after an incident occurs.
2018 Higher Education Industry Outlook
Trends in change and modernization in higher education
For 2018, we examine four areas that we consider critical to many institutions, including cyber risk and governance, the student-centered institution, human capital transformation, and digital and analytics.
The pressures from external and internal forces on higher education are unprecedented, ranging from federal and state government policy, rule, and regulatory changes to the ongoing challenges and demands from constituents such as parents, alumni, and students.