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The breadth of investments at a University should include a contemporary definition of capital resources for improved, more evolved resource planning and allocation in your institution.
Leaders must thoroughly take into account the various operational and strategic tradeoffs, long-term ramifications, and need for sustainability.
Demographic shifts, flat support from government sources, increased competition, volatility in the financial markets, and other factors may be affecting your institutions.
Today the “investment safety net” is gone and the impact of bad capital decisions has both immediate and long-term implications. The higher education sector is facing challenges to its...
Similar to what is occurring in many industries nationwide, the financial underpinnings of higher education’s business model are vulnerable. The most obvious solution for university and...