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Higher education institutions struggle to identify and gain agreement on the financial margins or financial contributions of various academic programs and departments. Typically, 70-80 percent of the total costs of an institution are related to faculty and staff or personnel costs. Managing costs efficiently and effectively is absolutely critical to sustainability and a key input into making decisions on where to invest and how to properly staff. Making strategic and well-informed decisions–and engaging faculty and other stakeholders in finding appropriate solutions–requires real data and a clear understanding of an institution’s “cost profile.”
Join the Central Association of College and University Business Officers (CACUBO) and RSM for an executive lunch briefing to better understand a proven methodology that will provide a thoughtful and logical approach to identifying financial academic contribution margins. The approach we share will provide you better direction on how to execute a similar program in your institution and gain credibility with various stakeholders.
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About our speakers
Ella Grekov is a manager in RSM’s management consulting practice, where she brings over six years of experience in strategy, operations and project management. She deep experience in the design and implementation of Shared Services centers, business process optimization and management of cost reduction programs.
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Advance preparation: None | Program level: Basic | Prerequisites: None