The final instalment of our “24 Tips on How to Create a World-Class Enrollment Process” series drills into how to get the most from your Enrollment Retention and Career Services efforts. Retain your students, provide them value, and make sure you give them the best opportunity for career placement with these best-practice tips…
The fourth instalment of “24 Tips on How to Create a World-Class Enrollment Process” focuses on the Interview to Start Ratio. Our panelists jump into topics including how your school can optimize your interview-to-sit ratio in an ethical way. Listen for thought-starters you can use today.
Part three of “24 Tips on How to Create a World-Class Enrollment Process” explores how to build a culture that obsesses about a positive first impression. Our panelists provide valuable, actionable tips that will help your school create a great first impression.
In part two of our World-Class Enrollment series, our panelists dive into the details of how to generate leads by capturing interest and creating buzz. It all begins with attracting those quality students that will find their fit with your school’s program. Doing so stems from thought-starters you’ll hear more about in the podcast.
In this first episode of our World-Class Enrollment series, Shane Sparks, Gregg Meiklejohn and Tom King of Enrollment Resources and Velocify EDU leader Steve Davis introduce and give an overview of the seven habits needed to create a World-Class Enrollment Process:
I was mystery shopping after hours, knowing that schools for the most part would be closed. I wanted to confirm my gut feeling, that schools are losing inquiries after hours. Out of 12 calls I made, only ONE went to a live person (answering service). The rest went to front-desk voicemail, or in some cases, just an info message stating I was calling outside of business hours. Read more
There is this cool process improvement book called The Goal by Eliyahu M. Goldratt, an expert in Constraint Theory. Constraint Theory is used in effectively building jets or missiles or mainframe computers. Why is an EDU guy writing an article about manufacturing efficiencies? It’s because there are analogies everywhere and, as it happens, Constraint Theory can be used very well in improving EDU marketing and admissions performance. Go figure.
Manufacturing meets Higher EDU Enrollment Management…read on.
The Goal is a manual on Constraint Theory and Process Improvement told by way of a parable. Here is the story… This dude Alex worked for a big Candy Manufacturing Company. He was brought into the VP’s office one day and was told he had to turn around this production plant or it was doomed. He had 90 days to turn around a failing production plant or it would be shut down. As it turned out, Alex grew up in the town where the Production Plant was located. Many of his buddies from high school worked there; even, his brother in law worked there. There was huge pressure on this guy to figure this problem out or he would be left a pariah in this community where he grew up, a lump of coal for Christmas from brother in law etc… Read more
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