OD: Shared Services: Best Practices in Higher Education
Recorded on: Monday, June 18 1:00 pm EDT
What You Will Learn
- Hear about which institutions are implementing shared services and how they have garnered support from the campus community.
- Compare criteria to evaluate the merits of sharing particular services and note when sharing services might not be a good idea.
- Learn how benchmarking tools can help evaluate the business case for shared services.
- Understand the different types of shared services models including collaboration between institutions.
- Hear about implementation “tips and traps” from early adopters of shared services in higher education
Meet the Presenters
- Barbara Lucey, treasurer, Five Colleges, Inc.
- Rowan Miranda, associate vice president for finance, University of Michigan
- Robert Nettles, director of administrative services, Oregon State University
- Aaron Howell, director of operations, Oregon State University
Who Should Attend
- Chief Business Officers/Chief Financial Officers
- Provosts and Vice Provosts
- Project Management Teams Implementing Shared Services
- Length: 100 minutes
FeesMember Site Fee: $189.00
Non-Member Site Fee: $219.00
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