Category: Shared Governance

Higher Education Shared Governance Data Requirement #3: Understand Your Delivery Options

Universities are constantly jugging resources – research brings the rankings and brand while teaching brings the bulk of the revenue.  In Australia, this has become even harder in 2018 with the capping of CGS (Commonwealth Grant Scheme) funding. Universities see their students as customers and provide a range of services, both inside and outside of […]

READ MORE

Higher Education Shared Governance Data Requirement #2: Understanding Teaching and Research Relationships

Following on from knowing your ‘available’ versus ‘required’ academic hours (as outlined in our last newsletter / blog post), the next level of understanding is to apply that knowledge to all the outputs of the school or discipline and not just the teaching component.  By understanding the full theoretical output of a school, and then applying […]

READ MORE

Higher Education Shared Governance Data Requirement #1: Analyzing Workload Profiles

I recently interviewed around 50 individuals at several higher education institutions across Australia to better understand what academics and administrators really need to support both their day-to-day as well as big picture decision making. I learned that academics want to be involved in the financial management of their institutions to ensure they are sustainable. This […]

READ MORE

11 Shared Governance Data Requirements for Higher Ed

Professor William Massy of Stanford University recently interviewed around 50 individuals at several higher education institutions across Australia to better understand what academics and administrators really need to support both their day-to-day as well as big picture decision making. He learned that academics want to be involved in the financial management of their institutions to […]

READ MORE