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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Faculty Selection | Origin: OP115 | New comment by Amardeep Singh

Being honest with the candidate about the job. What you, as the director expecting from the instructor is critical—the best policy to be honest. 

Faculty Recruitment | Origin: OP115 | New comment by Amardeep Singh

Saving rejected candidates info for a different position or offering another position to apply for or work. The rejected candidate may be a better fit in another position. The recruiting process can...

Job Analysis | Origin: OP115 | New comment by Amardeep Singh

KSAOs are a great idea to help organize what kind of person I am looking to hire. I need to create a list which I never thought of it till this section of the training. Having a list and following...

Implementing Program Changes | Origin: OP106 | New comment by Shonell Nelson

Keeping up with the requirements for regulatory boards, as well as providing proof of program relevancy has been very challenging for our organization. This is why it is so important to have the most...

Learn from the Data | Origin: OP106 | New comment by Shonell Nelson

Data analysis is almost always tied to the concept of Evidence Based Practice. Because our organization is tied to the healthcare industry we rely very heavily on our research, analysis of data and...

Learn About Your Community | Origin: OP106 | New comment by Shonell Nelson

Forming a commitee is an undertaking which requires you to have good networking skills. Also, you need your stakeholders to be representative of the community, and this itself is no easy task. The...

Starting the Process of Developing New Programs | Origin: OP106 | New comment by Shonell Nelson

It is easy for us to just jump into developing a new program, especially when we feel that we understand the steps it will take. However, without the right research we will be unprepared for any...

Job Offer and Orientation | Origin: OP115 | New comment by Michael Callos

Taking a new hire out to lunch on the first day is a great idea to build a rapport!

Faculty Selection | Origin: OP115 | New comment by Michael Callos

Having a good realistic job preview will increase your retention rate

Faculty Recruitment | Origin: OP115 | New comment by Michael Callos

It is important to use as many resources as possible when posting a job