We partnered with Bloomberg BNA to produce the event series "Unlocking Operational Efficiencies in Higher Education Through Transformational Change." The series consisted of four events focused on how higher education institutions can transform operations, spend less on activities that do not support the core mission, and grow without reducing service quality or raising tuition.

 

A broad range of higher education and public sector experts were invited to share best practices, strategies and case studies to help higher education institutions learn how to save money, optimize and automate processes to reduce redundancies, and leverage the shared services operating model to enhance efficiency and service levels.

 

 

Shared Services Trends in Higher Education presented by Phil Searle and Chas Moore
February 2016
Chazey Partners
English
Heidi Tilghman, Manager, College of Arts & Sciences Shared Services University of Washington
February 2016
Bloomberg BNA & Chazey Partners
English
Sam Steinhardt, Assistant VP for University IT Shared Services, Stanford University
February 2016
Bloomberg BNA & Chazey Partners
English
University of California, Davis – A Shared Services Case Study with Sara Reed
December 2015
Bloomberg BNA & Chazey Partners
English
Transforming the Back Office - Interview with Jim Leedy, Executive Director, UCPath
December 2015
Bloomberg BNA & Chazey Partners
English
Discussion on Shared Services Strategy and Tactics
December 2015
Bloomberg & Chazey Partners
English
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