Lowering the Cost of Education: The Next Evolution of Budgeting and Planning
Historically, higher education institutions have looked at administrative costs before assessing the academic side of the house for cost reduction opportunities, but this may no longer be sufficient. As universities aim to facilitate and grow the student experience, institutional health becomes increasingly tied to the academic enterprise.
With the goal of getting to a lean market-responsive portfolio that balances both cost-intensive and mission-driver programming, institutions are successfully transitioning the budget process using technology and effective change management to address the shifts in educational pursuits.
In this webcast, our experts share:
- Why activity-based costing
- How costing information is being applied to decision-making
- The role of technology and software demonstration
Ida Quamina, Director, Huron
Adam Meyer, Associate, HuronWatch Webinar