Category: Predictive Model

Pilbara Higher Ed Conference 2019

The Pilbara Higher Ed conference was held September 3-4 in Brisbane at the Rydges Hotel in Southbank. It was a great crowd and generated a lot of interesting discussions over the two day event. The focus of the conference was Data Driven Decision Making and in particular how cost and predictive models can be used […]

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Is a tuition freeze a good thing?

It can be if you know how to calculate the financial impact and develop mitigating strategies… here’s how: “Tuition Freeze” seems to be a headline that’s popping up more and more in higher education news sites in the US.  A growing number of institutions are proposing a tuition freeze for 2019-2020, some have had a tuition freeze […]

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Conference Debrief: LH Martin Service Improvement and Innovation

We were proud to sponsor and support the LH Martin Service Improvement and Innovation Conference down in Melbourne Oct 25 – 26.  We were also pleased to assist Ray Fleming from Microsoft with his workshop, where we dug into ways data can support decision making, which we will go through later in this post. The […]

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Benchmarks, Predictive Models and more at our University Strategic Decision Making Conference

This year we held our inaugural University Strategic Decision Making conference in Melbourne on the 3rd and 4th of April for our client and non-client universities. With 14 institutions in attendance we were very pleased with the turn out. At this point I would like to thank those that came and took two days out […]

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How the university predictive model works

Animated Overview You can watch a quick two minute overview of the predictive model here: http://youtu.be/eWWQ0exP9-0  Conventional Budgeting A university is really an array of interacting organisations that not only provide services to staff and / or students but also receive services from other areas of the university. Let’s say, for example, a faculty requests an […]

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