Amit co-founded Academic Impressions in 2002 to provide a variety of educational products and services that help higher education administrators tackle key, strategic challenges. Since 2002, AI has designed and directed hundreds of conferences and has served representatives from over 3,500 higher education institutions. Besides designing and leading events for cabinet-level officers focused on strategic planning, budgeting, and leadership development, Amit leads Academic Impressions’ ongoing research into the five- and 10 year challenges facing higher education and plays a lead role in outlining each issue of Higher Ed Impact: Monthly Diagnostic to highlight how college and university leaders can take an institution-wide approach to answering those challenges.
Amid recent discussion of whether higher education is the next big financial "bubble," it's my view that what isn't being talked about is a bubble of another type - a "denial" bubble. In this report, I'll offer a new diagnosis of the challenges facing higher ed leadership, and a call to action for college and university leaders.
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Responses from the Experts
In two 30-minute podcasts, hear higher-education experts Bob Dickeson, Larry Goldstein, Lucie Lapovsky, John Lombardi, and Pat Sanaghan offer practical advice for higher-ed leaders in response to The Other Higher-Ed Bubble.
Click here to listen to the podcasts.
Facilitate a Strategic Planning Exercise at Your Institution
Facilitate an integrated collaborative planning and resource allocation process on your campus.
Strategic planning at a college or university is difficult work. Institutions are large, complex, and highly decentralized environments. Most institutions tackle strategic planning reluctantly and without meaningfully seeking input and commitment from key stakeholders; this leads to plans that are disconnected from budgets and plans that don’t get implemented.
This coming January, join two leading experts, who have assisted more than 200 campuses in strategic planning and resource allocation, to learn proven techniques necessary to design, organize, and implement a planning and resource allocation process that can be successfully and efficiently applied in almost any campus environment.