The Dean’s Dashboard Executive Summary Part II Restructuring Academic Policy


Institutions across higher education are striving to become more ‘data-informed,’ but most are still struggling to turn data insights into actionable plans for improved resource management. Why? They face many roadblocks, including incomplete or inaccurate data, ad hoc allocation processes, a lack of unit-level incentives, and few reallocation options.

In our second installment of the Dean’s Dashboard series, see examples of schools that have successfully used data:

  • To identify and correct curricular problems
  • To find opportunities to improve faculty utilization and teaching capacity
  • To define rigorous standards for the value of research publications to improve the quality of faculty scholarship








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