In 2014, we launched a membership to help CIOs and their teams tackle their biggest challenges. As the new year begins, we're reflecting on the progress our membership has made in one year—and looking ahead to what's in store for 2015.
It's not enough to have great ideas—you also have to express them effectively. This infographic offers a few tips and tricks to help.
For the first post of our Guest Blog series, we interviewed Selma Yznaga, Director of Advising at the University of Texas Brownsville, to better understand how the university successfully restructured its advising program to be more efficient and effective in the way it serves students.
Learn why some colleges and universities are considering incentivizing academic units to grow by giving them a share of the revenue they generate, and discover how two institutions found the right balance between central revenue retention and academic unit allocation.
The Advancement Forum sought to find the characteristics of an ideal major gift officer (MGO). We discovered that an MGO should be a Curious Chameleon—an individual with behavioral and linguistic flexibility, intellectual and social curiosity, the skill to distill information, and the ability to approach the solicitation process in a strategic manner.