8 Keys to Improving Task Forces and Committees in Higher Education

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by Amit Mrig (Academic Impressions) and Patrick Sanaghan (The Sanaghan Group)

Time is the most precious resource on campus, and it is one we can control and influence.

But how closely do we manage people’s time across our institutions? What are the biggest opportunities to increase the value from someone’s time? And how do we actually derive more value?

These are the questions that led us to our most recent project: examining committees and task forces. We invite you to explore what we found through this project.

In this unique report, you will be a able to:

  • Review our data and our key conclusions about the state of task forces and committees in higher education -- and where there is an opportunity for improvement.
  • Discover 8 best practices to maximize the task force or committee's work. These are 8 things that the most effective task forces do.


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