We partner with clients to deliver solutions that better organize and manage the operations that support their missions, drawing on experience and best practices attained from hundreds of engagements. Our expertise spans across all core functional areas of higher education administrative operations, while our approach focuses on yielding results and helping our clients to continuously improve.
Huron assists clients with strategic assessments that comprehensively span the institution, that involve a more limited set of functional areas, or that target a specific functional area. Each project is driven by the institution’s objectives, priorities, and environment. Our assessments include evaluating organizational alignment, business processes, technology utilization, and financial and operational performance.
Ultimately, success is measured by our ability to provide the institution with specific practical, actionable recommendations for improvement and to help implement those changes yielding cost reduction, process efficiency, quality, and improved stakeholder satisfaction.
Future of Higher Education - Volume 6, Issue 5
The Future of Higher Education newsletter is a monthly compendium of the most compelling and innovative thinking about how higher education is evolving to serve new students and methods of learning.» MORE
Is Your Institution's IT Strategy Ready for the Future?
An institution’s IT Strategy sets the direction for a sound IT operation through optimizing spending and staffing while enhancing capabilities that support strategic business objectives. But a rapidly evolving technology landscape and sustained financial pressures continue to impact the growing need for capabilities that elevate student, faculty, and administrative support, as well as future innovation.» MORE
Podcast: How to Manage Your Cloud Implementation Strategy, Cost
The following podcast series explores cloud technology in higher education. In part 1, Huron Managing Director Steve Kish discusses the key financial and change-management implications of a cloud migration.» MORE