Optimal educational operations are necessary for effectively delivering service to students and maintaining the financial health of the institution. This group is for those who oversee, or aspire to oversee, educational operations. Group members discuss and share best practices, ideas, thoughts, reflections, and resources to help colleagues across the globe improve performance. 


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Implementing Program Changes | Origin: OP106 | New comment by Kirk MacLean

Research, propere planning, organization of items to be accomplished and deadlines are all important when developing a new program.  Also having a good plan is very important.  Costs for...

Learn from the Data | Origin: OP106 | New comment by Kirk MacLean

Data analysis is very important when consideerng a new program.  It may indiccate that a new program is or is not needed at this time.  Data may indicate that it is better to make changes...

Learn About Your Community | Origin: OP106 | New comment by Kirk MacLean

Accurate and good ressearch along with knowledge and understanding your present, past and potential student bases, companies that hire and do not hire your graduates is imprtant when consiering a new...

Starting the Process of Developing New Programs | Origin: OP106 | New comment by Kirk MacLean

A feasability study along with the correct group of indfividuals from staff, the community and program graduates is essential in the formation of a new program for a school.  

Starting the Process of Developing New Programs | Origin: OP106 | New comment by Janice Floyd

Survey the key employers when planning new programs.  

Job Offer and Orientation | Origin: OP115 | New comment by Ashley Kyler

In person offers are not an option when hiring remote. They should discuss remote employees. 

Faculty Selection | Origin: OP115 | New comment by Ashley Kyler

I love mini teaching lessons as part of the job interview. I have been doing this for years.   

Faculty Recruitment | Origin: OP115 | New comment by Ashley Kyler

I am surprised they are talking about posting an ad in the newspaper. Does anyone still do this?   

Job Analysis | Origin: OP115 | New comment by Ashley Kyler

I like doing an interview with current faculty and gather knowledge that way.