I have a story about ‘1%’ and how it can be the difference between mediocrity and excellence for a school.
Innovation is the best way to give your school a lasting and defendable competitive advantage, so why are so many schools doing the same things – the same way – as their competition?
This Wednesday, August 23rd at 11:00 am PST / 2:00 pm EST, Shane Sparks, Gregg Meiklejohn and Tom King of Enrollment Resources will explore how you can create a culture of innovation at your school.
Some of what we will touch on includes…
- Refinement and innovation – you need both but also need to know the difference (hint: one is linear and the other is nonlinear).
- What happens when your culture stops fixating on the result and refocuses on the process (spoiler: you produce way better ideas than your competitors).
- How to measure success due to innovation efforts in practical dollars and cents.
If you or your team have questions, ask our panel while you’ve got them on the phone!
Enrollment Resources Helps UVic MBA Program Combat Competitive Market and Increase Enrollment
“Some places think they can sell you something but Enrollment Resource knows Post Secondary and that’s what we needed. We needed to work with someone who ‘gets it’. Going through the Enrollment Resources program has really helped us hone our systems” Pat Elemans, Assistant Dean and MBA Program Director of the University of Victoria (UVic) Masters in Business Administration (MBA) program
Elemans faced some unique challenges in her role in the MBA program at the University of Victoria. As a specialty school within the larger public post secondary institution, Elemans and her staff operate in the heart of a very competitive industry.
“I’d like to say we’re in a market where we have thousands and thousands of applicants and we can pick and choose the brightest and the best – it’s unfortunately not a market like that at all. It’s a very competitive market so we wanted to make sure that the systems we had in place were working. If not, are there better systems out there that we should be using?” said Elemans. Read more
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